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WALTHAM PUBL|C LIBRARY 




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For Reference 

Not to be taken 
from this library 



Three Years Pass as Does a Moment 




in a Flicker of Light. 



the Light Filters Through a Prism 





And Is Bent Into a Thousand Shifting Forms 



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Echoing the Soul of a Single Person, Deep in Thought. 



These Are the Forms That Emulate 




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or What Might Be. 



They Are the Forms That Leap and Dive 




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That Shout a Joyful Cry, 







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Resounding in Measured Harmony, 



Lingering in Empty Rooms, and Shadowed Halls. 







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In the Mirror, the Moment Suspends Itself 

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And Reflects the Smile 




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of Half Remembered Days 




MIRROR 78 

Waltham Senior High School 

and 

Waltham Vocational High School 

Waltham, MA. 02154 



Images by Mary Coyle 
Contents 
Dedication 
Memorial Dedication 
Yearbook Staff 
The Year in Review 
Class Poem 
Seniors A-LA 
Fall Section 
Seniors LA-Z 
Winter Section 
Spring Section 
Senior Week 
Administration 
Faculty 
Junior Prom 
Sophomore Dance 
Vocational 
Clubs 

Homerooms 
Advertisements 
College Attending 
Senior Capsule 



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1978 "Mirror" Dedication 






Mr. George E. P. Husson Jr. was edu- 
cated at Lynn English High School, 
Salem State College, (where he received 
his B.S. in Business Administration) and 
the University of Maine at Orono (where 
he received his Master's Degree). For 
five years, he served in the military and 
was an Army Captain during World War 
II. He then taught in Billerica, North And- 
over, and Belmont; and in 1952, he 
came to Waltham High. Mr. Husson 
became head of the Business Depart- 
ment in 1961. He was working at the 
White House on Bacon Street when he 
was appointed Principal of Waltham High 
in 1967. He is married and has one 
daughter. In 1 970, the Jewish War Veter- 
ans voted him their "Man of the Year;" 
and in 1978, we proudly dedicate the 
"Mirror" to him, our principal. 







Memorial Dedication 




Fondest Memories of Our 
Friend Ricky Poirier 

"To have known him was to have loved him," 

He made you feel next of kin. 

His days of life were full of love, 

With the light of his love like the flight of a dove. 

He fought hard to win his battle, 

Ready and willing with bull and saddle. 

Why so young and eager at heart, 

As he pushed and pushed that hefty cart. 

Harder and harder were we to pray, 

Hoping our voices were heard each day. 

Our voices were heard hour after hour, 

When Ricky was taken and given special power 

His friendship remains within our minds, 

For he was much more than kind, 

Memories we share are stronger than force, 

That we some day will also follow his course. 

As different each course can and will be, 

We share and cherish each memory. 




In Memory of Our Friend Greg Aborn 

God took you from this earth 
Without explaining why. 
There must have been a reason 
Why he chose you to die. 

You were such a young man 
With a whole life to live. 
You never did take much 
Yet you had so much to give. 

You'll always be remembered 

By that twinkle in your eye, 

That silly smirk, your sense of humor 

It's hard to say good-bye. 

Those of us who knew you well 
Are hurting deep inside, 
For we've lost such a dear friend 
Whom we'll remember with pride. 

We love you, oh, so dearly 
And know you love us, too. 
You'll always be remembered 
And our happy days are few. 




A Special Friend Diane Weeks 

If only God had let us know 

How little time there was 

We would have made you understand 

How much you meant to us. 

You brought a lot of happiness 
To everyone you knew. 
I only hope we let you know, 
How much we all loved you. 

Our memories are precious ones 
Secured within our hearts 
Of a friendship that was dear to us 
With these memories we'll never part. 

Although you are not with us now 
Together we'll always be 
In the hearts and minds of all of us 
For all eternity. 



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The 1978 "Mirror" Staff 



For the past five years my one 
goal for the yearbook was to pro- 
duce a book complete with theme, 
art work, and purpose. This past 
year my editors, Carol Corcoran, 
Mary Coyle, Joanne Mula, and Lisa 
Strazzullo helped me to obtain this 
goal. 

Mary, the force behind our open- 
ing section, participated in Senior 
Revue, and was co-author of the 
Senior Notes. At Graduation Exer- 
cises, she received over $5000 in 
scholarships, including one from 
Wellesley College which she will 
attend in the fall. Mary coordinated 
all the copy in the book and, thanks 
to her, our book is uniform in 
scope. 

Lisa was a member of the Junior 
Prom Committee and worked in the 
house office during her sophomore 
and junior years. At Graduation 
Exercises Lisa received two scholar- 
ships totaling $500. She will attend 
St. Elizabeth's Hospital School of 
Nursing in the fall. 
Carol was very active in school, par- 
ticipating in Crimsonettes, Jazz 




Co-Editor — Mary Coyle, Co-Editor — Lisa Straz- 
zullo, Co-Editor — Carol Corcoran, Editor in 
Chief — Joanne Mula 



Ensemble, Senior Revue, and 
Hockey Cheerleading. She was 
Class Treasurer for two years and a 
member of the National Honor 
Society. At Graduation Exercises, 
Carol received over $3000 in schol- 
arships, including one from Boston 
College which she will attend in the 
fall. Carol is the fourth member of 
her family to be on the yearbook 
staff, third as co-editor. Carol, her 
two sisters and brother are a credit 
to their mother and Waltham High 
and I will always be grateful for my 
association with such a fine family. 
Joanne, our editor in chief, par- 
ticipated for the past two years as a 
soccer and basketball cheerleader 
and during her junior year she was 
chairperson of the Prom Commit- 
tee. At Class Day Exercises, Joanne 
was awarded "Did Most For The 
Class." She will attend Framing- 
ham State in the fall. 

James G. McDonnell — Advisor 




Anne participated in Senior Revue, the Marching Band as well as the orchestra. At 
Graduation Exercises, Anne received the Waltham Graduate Nurses Association 
Scholarship and she will attend Boston College in the fall. 

Kathy participated in Senior Revue, and enjoyed a week of Bermuda sunshine in 
April. Kathy was always willing to help on any project, no matter how small, and 
because of workers like her the book is a success. Kathy will attend Mass Bay in the 
fall. 

Dorrie, our Golden Girl, was the star performer at half-time of the football games as 
a member of the Majorettes. Dorrie constantly gave of her time to do many undesira- 
ble tasks that had to be done. I will miss her dedication and friendly smile and I wish 
her the best of luck at Framingham State in the fall. 

James G. McDonnell — Advisor 



Activity Editors — Anne Cronin, Kathy 
Noone, and Dorrie Powers 






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Jackie was a starter on our champion volleyball team, captain of the basketball 
team, and a member of our state tournament softball team. Jackie also found time 
to be a member of the National Honor Society. At Graduation Exercises, Jackie 
received a Four Year Full Scholarship to Bentley College, which she will attend in 
the fall. 

Kathy was a member of the National Honor Society and a speaker at Class Day. 
At Graduation Exercises, Kathy received a School Committee Key for excellence in 
academics and the Rotary Club of Waltham Scholarship. Kathy will attend Boston 
University in the fall. 

James G. McDonnell — Advisor 




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Sports' Editor — Jackie Forster, Senior 
Editor — Kathy Mawhinney 



No one man could be as dedi- 
cated to a cause as Mr. James 
McDonnell was to our yearbook. He 
offered ideas and concepts that 
helped make this book one of the 
best. Those who read and enjoy this 
book will never realize, as much as 
the staff, the hard work and long 
hours he has put into it. Besides his 
help and perseverance, Mr. 
McDonnell gave us the confidence 
and motivation to continue on. He 
gave us the opportunity to have 
something that we will always have 
pride and satisfaction in saying we 
were a part of. It was a tough year, 
yearbook wise, for all, but when one 
sees even a part of the book com- 
pleted, the problems and frustra- 
tions don't seem as great. To see 
the perfection in this book, one 
knows that it couldn't have been 
done any other way, with any other 
staff, and especially with any other 
advisor. Thank you, Mr. McDonnell, 
for everything. 

Carol Corcoran — Co- Editor 




Advisor — Mr. James G. McDonnell 



Bob was a member of our Suburban League Champion football team. At Gradua- 
tion Exercises, Bob received the James Falzone Memorial Scholarship and he will 
attend Boston College in the fall. 

Stephen participated in Senior Revue, and Class Day. He was Master of Ceremo- 
nies at Graduation, and was a member of the National Honor Society. With his out- 
standing contributions of art he has made this edition of the "Mirror" a book of which 
the Class of 1 978 can be proud. I will always be thankful for his dedication and enthu- 
siasm. He has enlisted in the Air Force where he will begin a career in law enforce- 
ment. 

Dave was also very active in school participating in soccer, basketball, Class Day 
and drama productions. He was Chairman of Senior Breakfast and President of the 
National Honor Society. At Graduation Exercises, Dave received a University of Notre 
Dame Scholarship, where he will attend in the fall. 

Ed was very active in school participating in track, drama productions, Class Day, 
and was a member of the National Honor Society. At Graduation Exercises, Ed 
received two scholarships and will attend Notre Dame University in the fall. 

James G. McDonnell — Advisor 



To the Class of 1 978 

The task of assembling a yearbook 
is a demanding yet pleasant one; a 
frustrating yet rewarding job. Often 
the process encompasses a multitude 
of experiences which ultimately pro- 
vide the foundations of fond memo- 
ries. Such memories I recall when I 
remember the day one of the seniors 
took his time and patience to help an 
old man ski from Zermatt to Cervinia. I 
remember our "prayer session" in the 
auditorium that day in March. I 
remember the puppet show in Room 
275 of the Inverurie Hotel and the 
Strollers Party Time Cruise. Most 
important I am forever grateful to the 
many students who went out of their 
way to be nice to my son in Bermuda. 

Next year and in future years, when 
the going gets tough, I'll just think 
back to Class Day of 1978 and the 
beautiful memories engendered by 
my contact with this exceptional class 
and I'll get my encouragement to con- 
tinue my work. As the song says "If 
you leave me now you take away the 
very heart of me," I also add, I have 
memories of "The Way We Were." 





Sports' Editor — Bob Lupinski, Design 
Editor — Stephen Taranto, History Edi- 
tor — Dave Doneski, Ass't History Editor 
— Ed McCarthy 

Cabe, our resident track star, participated in Senior Revue and helped coordi- 
nate our sports' section. Cabe will attend my alma mater, Mass College of Phar- 
macy, in the fall. 

Ann Marie participated in Senior Revue and was a member of the National 
Honor Society. At Graduation Exercises, Ann Marie received the Clara Abbott Fund 
Scholarship and she will attend Florida State University in the fall. 

Maria was a member of the Crimsonettes, National Honor Society, participated 
in Senior Revue, and was Mistress of Ceremonies at Class Day. Her hard work and 
dedication helped us to collect over $22,000 to pay for the yearbook. Maria will 
attend Boston College in the fall. Her fine work and dedication was appreciated by 
me and I will always remember her. 

James G. McDonnell — Advisor 



Sports' Editor — Mary Caban, Sales Edi- 
tor — AnnMarie Lockwood, Ad Editor — 
Maria Abbondanzio 



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The Year in Review 



The Simmer of 77 
"HOT SPOTS 



Reggie, Reggie, Reggie 




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Bert, I'm proud of you" 




Maryanne 

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the year Pa, 




July 1977 to June 1978 



Black gold flows 




August 16, 1977 
A sad day in Memphis 



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A small oil boost or none — eventually 



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Elvis is dead, 

suddenly a generation 

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May the force be with you 





"Bert Lance is my friend, 



The Mideast, 




I regret his resignation" 
Tomorrow, tomorrow 



MAN OF THE YEAR 





What next? 
The Irish are number one 




SHJUCg DOWN TH! THUHPEI 




WHS skis into Italy 



I'll love you tomorrow 




The right thing to do 



The song has ended, John Nocera 




or a giveaway? 



Jimmy Carter's 




1,31 9 yards 
WHS record 



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but the melody lingers on 



Seven Nation Tour 



Hail and Farewell 




Happy Warrior 




John Havlicek — The End of an Era 







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Double overtime vs. Bucks 

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Triple overtime vs. Phoenix 




"I love you, Boston 



We'll miss you, Hondo 



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The Doomsday proves 



Leon dethrones AN 




an Orange Crusher 
Broadway Joe 



World Ski Championship. Jeff Nocera 




calls it a day. 



Stenmark wins two golds. 



Suburban 
League MVP 



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The Winter of Our Discontent 




Blizzard 78 

32 hours, 40 minutes 
Tides; 1 6 feet above normal 
Snowfall: 27 inches 
10,000 coastal evacuees 
Declared State of Emergency 
54 deaths 



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Coal, will the deal stick? 




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Cheryl Tiegs 




All 
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What's next? 



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La Fleur, Robinson, and Shutt are too much for the Bruins 




Sal Di Stefano 



Les Habitants sont les meilleurs!! 

Karl Wallenda 



Saturday Night Fever 






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falls to his death 



If I leave you tomorrow 




Will you still remember me? 




The Fat Lady has sung. 




Steve Cauthen 

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I have a firm grip on the economy 



Class Poem 

Our minds lay open as the orchards 
waiting to be impregnated with seeds, 
the seeds of knowledge and achievement 

With diligence, discipline and loyalty 
our keeper nourishes our thirsty seeds 

Careful to free us from stifling weeds, 
'til we emerge a small seedling. 

With each day we mature 
extending our tender branches. 

Grasping at the vast universe 
wanting to embrace it all. 

And just as a tree 
growing, striving to bear fruit. 




We grow, developing our minds, 
bearing the fruit of knowledge and achievement. 

Honoring our will, discipline and yearning to discover, 
someday to teach, and sow our own seeds. 



Joyce Brockway 



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MARIA A. ABBONDANZIO 
Maria 



GREGORY ABORN 
Greg 



JONATHAN P. ADAMS 
Jon 



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ROBERT J. ALARIE 
Bob 




SANDRA M.ALDRED 
Sandy 






WILLIAMS. ALISEO 
Billy 




JOHNM. ALLAIN 
John 



ROBERT M. ALLEN 
Bob 




GINOJ. ALLIA 
Gino 



JANET L.ALTMAN 
Janet 



LINDA ANASTAS 
Linda 



SCOTT W.ANDERSON 

Scott 33 





MARJORIE ANNECCHIARICO 
Margie 



ANTHONYJ.ANTICOIII 
Anthony 




JOSEPH A. ARENA 
Joseph 



ALLYSON J. ARNOLD 
Allyson 




LUAY K. ASHOO 
Luay 



NINA M. ATTARDO 
Nina 



DAVID G.AUCOIN 
David 



EDWIN A A. AUCOIN 
Wendy 




JEFFREY J. AUCOIN 
34 Jeff 



NANCY T. AUCOIN 
Nancy 



PAULA AUCOIN 
Paula 




WILLIAM A. AUCOIN 
Bill 



CYNTHIA J. AWISZUS 
Cindy 



STEPHEN M. AYOTTE 
Steve 



THOMAS J. BABIGIAN 
Tom 




DIANE BABIN 
Diane 



PAUL W. BABIN 
Paul 



LORRAINE S.BAILEY 
Lorraine 



SHERIL A. BAILEY 
Sheril 




ANGELA I. BAKER 
Angie 



DIANE M.BAKER 
Diane 





JUDITH A. BANNISTER 
Judy 



ALANC. BARIL 
Alan 



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EDWARD F.BARMAKIAN 
Ed 



STEVEN A. BARNARD 
Steve 



THOMAS BARONE 
Tom 



KATHLEEN M. BARRY 
Kathy 




ROBERT J. BARRY 
Bob 



JOHN L. BATTAGLINO 
John 



KEVIN A. BAXTER 
Kevin 



GEORGE H. BECK, JR. 
George 





WILLIAMS. BEDIGIAN 
Bill 



LINDAS. BEERS 
Linda 




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MICHELE M. BELLIVEAU 
Michele 



EILEEN M. BENNETT 
Eileen 




CAROL L. BERGERON 
Carol 



MARCOJ.BERTOLAMI 
John 





LOR I S. BIENSTOCK 
Lori 



EDWARD A. BIGGINS, JR. 
Eddie 




KAREN L BLENKHORN 
Karen 



DENISE M. BOISSEAU 
Denise 



DENISE M. BONAZZI 
Denise 



MARIE LBONFIGLIO 
Marie 




STEPHEN A. BONICA 
Stephen 



STEPHEN BONICA 
Steve 



OLGAL. BONILLA 
Olga 



BERNARD BOUDREAU 
Bernie 



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MICHELLE E. BOUDROT 
Michelle 



DENISEM. BOURGEOIS 
Denise 




BONNIE J. BOURINOT 
Bonnie 



DONNA M. BOURQUE 
Donna 




MAURA E.BOYD 
Maura 



PAUL J. BRADY 
Paul 



RICHARD A. BREAULT 
Richie 



JOYCE A. BROCKWAY 
Joycie 




ROSE M. BROOKS 
38 Rose 



STEVEN R. BROUILLARD 
Steve 



SALLY A. BROWN 
Sally 



FREDERIC A. BRYSON 
Fred 




DEBRAJ.BUCCELLA 
Debbie 



LISA A. BUCKLEY 
Lisa 



MICHAEL R. BURKE 
Mike 



DAVID BURLEY 
David 




ANITA M. BURWELL 
Anita 



DEBORAH M. BUSA 
Debbie 



EDWARD BUSHARD 
Ed 



EDWARD J. BUSSIERE III 

Ed 





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DIANE F.BYRNE 
Diane 



MARY A. CABAN 
Mary 




PETER CACI 
Caci 



BARBARA J. CAIL 

Barb 39 




WILLIAM F.CALLAHAN 
Rookie 



MARTINA C.CALNAN 
Tina 



GRETCHEN M. CAMERON 
Meg 



DIANNES. CANE 
Dianne 




LAURIE F. CANE 
Laurie 



JAMES F. CAPELLO 
Jim 



ROBERT M.CARBERRY 
Carb 



THERESA M.CARDILLO 
Terry 





PAUL J. CARNEY 
Paul 



LAURA J. CARPENTER 
Laura 




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ARLENE M. CARROLL 
Arlene 



THOMAS P. CARROLL 
Tom 





LISA M. CARUSO 
Lisa 



ARTHUR J. CASAVANT, JR. 
Arthur 




MARIO P. CAVALLARO 
Mario 



LINDAS. CELLUCCI 
Linda 




NICHOLAS CERCONE 
Nick 



LINDA L.CETRANO 
Linda 



LINDA B.CHACE 
Linda 



WILLIAM F.CHAGNON 
Bill 




DARLENE CHAMBERLAIN 
Darlene 



DOREEN A. CHAMPAGNE 
Doreen 



CHERYL L. CHARBONNEAU 
Cheryl 



LEANNEA. CHEVOOR 

Leanne 41 




DARLENEM. CHIASSON 
Darlene 



MARYC. CHICCO 
Mary 



LESLIE J. CHIASSON 
Leslie 




PAMELA LCHIPMAN 
Pam 





JUDITH A. CICERANO 
Jude 



KAREN M. CINCOTTA 
Karen 



MITCHELA. CLARK 
Mitch 



ANDREW J. CLARKE 
Drew 




CHRISTINE CLASBY 
42 Chris 



KIMBERLEYA. CLOUKEY 
Kymm 



CAROL J. COBB 
Carol 



JOANNE COBUZZI 
Jo 




MARYS. COFFIN 
Mary 



ROCCO L. COLLURA 
Rocco 



SUSAN E. COLANTINO 
Sue 



LINDA M.COLLETTE 
Linda 



JOHNS. CONEENY 
John 



PETER J. CONNOLLY 
Pete 




MARIE E.CONTI 
Marie 



KENNETH M. COLLINS 
Kenny 




MARGUERITE N. CONNOR 
Marguerite 




DORIS L.CONZO 
Doris 




JUDITH A. COOK 
Judi 



NEILT. CORACCIO 
Neil 



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Carol 



JOHN J. CORCORAN 
John 



NANCY J. CORCORAN 
Nancy 




MARKW. CORLISS, JR. 
Mark 



ANN CORMIER 
Ann 



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Denise 



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Bill 




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Steven 





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ROBIN D. COULTER 
Robin 



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DONNA M. COUTURE 
Donna 



MARY C. COYLE 
Mary 



RUSSELL C.CRANE 
Russ 



KAREN M. CREAMER 
Karen 



ANNEL. CRONIN 
Anne 



THOMAS J. COYE 
Tom 




LORI A. CRAMER 
Lori 




PEGGY A. CROSSMAN 
Peggy 




MAUREEN P. CUMMINGS 
Mo 



ELLEN F.CURRIE 
Ellen 



ANN MARIE CURTIN 
Ann Marie 



JOHN W. CURTIN 
Jack 



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ELIZABETH A. CUSHERA 
Liz 





KATHLEEN M. DACEY 
Kathy 





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Rose 




YVETTE M. DAIGLE 
Daig 




DONALD G. DALLAIRE 
Don 



ANN D'AMICO 
Ann 



DEBRA M. DARCY 
Debbie 



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DANIEL R. DAVIS 
Dan 




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LAUREL DAVIS 
Laurie 



DARLENEA. DEFLICE 
Darlene 



DAVID P. DELANEY 
Dave 



JUDITH A. DELANEY 
Judy 




THOMAS J. DELANEY 
Tom 



ELISE DELEO 
Elise 



WILLIAM H. DELOREY 
Bill 



MICHAEL R.DEMARCO 
Mike 




CAROL M.DEMELLO 
Carol 




JOSEPH J. DEPASS 
Joe 




GREGORY A. DEMEO 
Greg 



RAYMOND M. DEMEO 
Raymond 




JAMES L. DENSON 
Jimmy 




MARY A. DEPROFIO 
Mary 




SALLY A. DEPROFIO 
Sally 



KATHLEEN M. DESANTIS 

Kathy 47 




MARY L. DEVANE 
Mary 



ELLEN C. DEVEAUX 
Ellen 



GUYG. DEVEAU 
Guy 



WILLIAM DEVLIN 
Bill 





CYNTHIA DIBACCO 
Cindy 



NICHOLAS DICIACCIO 
Nick 



MARKS. DIGREGORY 
Mark 





LOUIS G.DIGIUSTO 
Louis 




JOYCE T.DI LORENZO 
Joyce 




LAURA L DILUCA 
48 Laura 



KAREN J. DIMATTIA 
Karen 




TERISEA. DION 
Te 





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SALVATORE DISTEFANO 
Sal 




DANIEL B.DOHERTY 
Danny 



DAVID F. DOHERTY 
Dave 




JANET M. DOHERTY 
J.D. 



KAREN A. DOOLEY 
Dula 



DAVIDJ.DONESKI 
David 



THOMAS M. DONNELLY 
Tom 



REGINAM. DONOGHUE 
Gina 




BERNICE M. DOUCET 
Bernie 



BERNARD J. DOUCET 
Bernie 



GAIL A. DOUCETTE 
Gail 






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REUBEN DOUGLAS, JR. 
Rubie 



THOMAS R. DOWDY 
Tom 



MICHAEL C. DOWNING 
Mike 



STEPHANG. DOWNING 
Steve 




DEBRAA. DRISCOLL 
Debra 






JOHN J. DRISCOLL 
John 




MICHELED. DUBREUIL 
Michele 



MARY A. DUDDY 
Duds 





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Nicole 




BARBARA A. DULONG 
Barbara 



JOYCE E. DUNBAR 
Joyce 



LYNN A. DUNBRACK 
Lynn 




HOLLY K. DWYER 
Holly 




JAMES D. EDWARDS 
Jim 




MARKJ.EAGAN 
Mark 



LYNN E. ECCLES 
Lynn 




ROBERTA. EDRY 
Bob 




KIMBERLYS. EGAN 
Kim 




CHRISTINE A. EGERTON 
Chris 



MARCK. EGGIMANN 
Marc 




SONYAM. EL-FAR 
Sonya 



ELAINE L. ERICKSON 
Elaine 



JANINER. EVERETT 
Janine 



THOMAS E. FAHERTY 

Tom 51 





BRUCE A. FARAGO 
Bruce 



CARLA M. FARRAGHER 
Carla 




DOROTHEA M. FARRAHER 
Dotty 



MARJORIEE. FAULSTICH 
Margie 




ROBERT J. FAY 
Bob 



BETH A. FEEHILY 
Beth 



SHERRY A. FEELEY 
Sherry 



DONALD M. FEENEY 
Don 




LORI-LEEA. FENTON 
52 Lori 



JOANNA M. FERRARA 
Jo 



KIMBERLYA. FERREIRA 
Kim 



ALPHONSEJ. FERRERA 
Al 




WAYNE FETTE 
Wayne 



BRIAN P. FINNELL 
Brian 



THOMAS M.FINNEY 
Tom 



LISA A. FISHER 
Fish 




MONICA M.FITZGERALD 
Monica 



PATRICK FITZGERALD 
Fitz 



JOSEPH M. FORAN 
Joe 



JACQUELINE A. FORSTER 
Jackie 




MARK A. FORSTER 
Mark 



BERNICEM. FOUGERE 
Bernice 





OLYMPIA P. FOURNARAKIS 
Limp 



BARBARA A. FOURNIER 
Barbie 



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CHRISTINE M. FRANCIS 
Chris 



MARY ANN GAGNON 
Mary Ann 



MAUREEN A. GALLAGHER 
Moe 



STACEY M. GALLAGHER 
Ace 




STEPHEN J.GALLAGHER 
Steve 



DEBORAH M. GALLANT 
Debbie 



LOR I J.GALLO 
Lori 



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CORNELIUS J. GALVIN 
Neil 





MONIQUEG. GAUTREAU 
Monique 




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MICHELLE R.GAYNOR 
Mitzi 



RICHARD GEMELLI 
Richard 




ARTHUR F. GENOVA, JR. 
George 



MARKV. GIANGRANDE 
Mark 





DANIEL V. GIARDINA 
Danny 



DONALD J. GIBBS 
Don 




SALVATOREGIGLIA 
Sal 



ROBERT M. GILLEN, JR. 
Bob 



DEIRDREA. GIRARD 
Deirdre 



JOSEPH GIUGNO 
Joe 




DIANE M.GLAWSON 
Diane 



JOHN M.GLYNN 
Davis 



CHARLINEF. GOGUEN 
Charline 



DENIS J. GOGUEN 
Denny 



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DANIEL J. GOLDSTEIN 
Dan 



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TIMOTHY G. GOODE 
Tim 



JOHN L. GOMES 
John 




CHERYL L GOODRICH 
Cheryl 




STEPHEN P. GOODSPEED 
Steve 



MARK A. GOODWIN 
Mark 



NICHOLAS K.GOODWIN 
Nick 



PHILIP J. GOULDING 
Phil 




DEBORAH J. GOYETTE 
56 Debbie 



GLENN H. GOYETTE 
Glenn 



JOHNM. GRAZIOSI 
John 



JOHND. GRIECI 
John 




LOIS J. GRIFF 
Lois 



LINDAS. GRIFFIN 
Linda 



RALPH A. GRIGGS 
Ralph 



ROBERT R. GROSS 
Bob 




JUDITH E.GROTH 
Judy 



SUSAN M.GRUBBS 
Susan 




WAYNE N.GRUMNEY 
Wayne 



JOYCE K. HAGG 
Joyce 



MARYR.GULLEDGE 
Mary 




DAVID J. HALSTEAD 
Dave 




SANDRA M. HANCOCK 
Sandy 



JOHN E. HANLON 
John 



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Don 



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Roy 



JOHNH. HARRINGTON 
John 




JAMES A. HARRIS 
Jim 



KEVIN L. HART 
Kev 



THOMAS E. HART 
Thomas 



JEFFREYS. HARTFORD 
Jeff 





CLAYTON W. HARVEY 
Clay 



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Mark 



CRAIG A. HEFFRON 
Craig 





CAROL M. HESSION 
Carol 




DANIEL P. HILL 
Danny 



DAVID R. HILL 
David 




DAVID A. HOBSON 
David 



DEBRAJ.HOLM 
Debbie 



RAJAAI. HOMSI 
Rajaa 



KAREN M. HOOVER 
Karen 




THOMAS H. HOPKINS 
Hoppy 



KAREN L. HOUGH 
Karen 



MARGARET A. HOUSTON 
Margaret 



KATHYL. HOWARD 

Kathy 59 




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Tom 



MAUREEN HOWES 
Maureen 





MAUREEN D. HUDSON 
Maureen 



THOMAS J. HUFF 
Tom 




RICHARDG. HUMPHREYS 
Ricky 



LORI HURLEY 
Lori 



SANDRA E. HYNES 
Sandra 



ROBERT P. IANNETTI 
Bob 




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Ann 



BRENDAL. IMHOFF 
Brenda 



PAULF. IRVINE 
Paul 



CHRISTOPHER J. JACOBS 
Chris 




DENISEM. JAILLET 
Denise 



SUZANNA L JAMES 
Sue 



STEVEN M. JENKS 
Steve 



CHRISTOPHER J. JOHNSON 
Chris 




DAVID W.JOHNSON 
David 



SUSAN M. JOHNSON 
Susan 



KAREN E. JOHNSTON 
Karen 



CHRISTOPHER P. JOLIAT 
Chris 





PAMELA D. JONES 
Pam 



ELLEN S. KAITZ 
Ellen 




KENNETH C. KALOOSTIAN 
Ken 



M. KATHERINEKASPER 

Kathy 6i 




ERIC KAUFMAN 
Eric 



MARY JEAN KELLY 
Jeanie 



CYNTHIA A. KAUPELIS 
Cindy 



JOSEPH A. KEHOE 
Joe 



PATRICK M. 
Pat 



KELLY 



WILLIAM P. 
Bill 



KELLY 



BARBARA A. KELLEY 
Barbara 




KARYN A. KEMP 
Karen 




RICHARDV. KENNEDY 
Ricky 



SUSAN L KENNEY 
Sue 





SANDRA L KERSHAW 
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THOMAS M. KERSHNER 
Tom 





SUSAN C. KIEJZO 
Sue 



CYNTHIA A. KILEY 
Cindy 




ROBERT G. KRING 
Food 



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Lank 




PETER J.LABRANCHE 
Pete 



MICHAEL J. LANDRY 
Mike 



JOHN LA CAVA 
John 



LOYCE A. LACAVA 
Loyce 



PAULE. LANDRY 

Paul 



SUZANNE M. LANDRY 
Sue 



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Jill 




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STEVE O'NEIL 
Fl RST TEAM ALL SCHOLASTIC 



First Row: Coach Gard- 
ner, Jim Sweeney, Paul 
Brady, George Beck, 
John Nocera, Bobby 
Martin, Steve O'Neil, 
John Battaglino, Barry 
McPherson, Al Testa, 
John Conneany, Coach 
McGovern. 



The Waltham High football team had a highly 
successful season. The boys copped the Subur- 
ban League crown for the first time since 1974, 
and finished fourth in the tough Division One. 
The final record was 8-2. 

The opening game and first defeat was at Nor- 
wood with a score of 9-8. Norwood was the even- 
tual Super Bowl Champion. The first victory came 
at Somerville, where Bob Sergi led the Hawks to a 
6-0 victory. The next week Frank Shea cleared 
away the Quincy line while John Nocera raced for 
235 yards in a 40-6 Hawks' victory. 

On Thanksgiving Day, Jim Sweeney kept the 
Hawks alive as they opposed the gigantic Brock- 
ton team. The Hawks downed the Boxers 13-6, 
giving the team a 6-0 record in the league, and 
thus the championship. 

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FIRST TEAM ALL SCHOLASTIC 



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Campbell, Kenny 

Meliones, Ed Coleman, 
Bob Sergi, Jack Curtin, 
Frank Shea, Brian Lang- 
ley, Ed Martin, Bob 
Lupinski, Dave Hill, 
Wayne Grumney, Kevin 
Shea, Coach Bob Con- 
nors. 



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WON 


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BROOKLINE 


WON 


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WON 


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LOST 




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WON 


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WON 


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NO. QUINCY 


WON 


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WON 


14 


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WON 


136 


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2 Losses 




First Row: Jon Olney, 
Peter Connolly, Nick 
DiCiaccio, Fred Bryson, 
Greg Demeo, Captain 
Jon Adams, Don Gibbs, 
Charlie Whalen, Ed 
McCarthy, Brian Regan. 
Second Row: Rich Wal- 
ters, Bob Casella, Paul 
Hillson, Tim Hodder, 
Steve Kiley, Rick Smith, 
Stuart Goldsmith, Ken 
LeBlanc, Bill Kramer, 
Tim Vinciullo, Coach Lee 
Gould. 



-CROSS- 
COUNTRY 



Waltham's 1977 Boys' Cross Country team 
was marked by outstanding performances. All 
Suburban Senior Captain Jon Adams finished 
fifth in the State Meet and holds Waltham's new 
course record of 12:34. Other Varsity Seniors 
deserving of praise include; Don Gibbs, Greg 
Demeo, Brian Regan, Jon Olney, Nick DiCiaccio, 
Fred Bryson, and Peter Connolly. The boys fin- 
ished the season with a 4-3-1 record. 

The Girls' team had a better season than the 
record shows. On the roster were only two sen- 
iors from last years' undefeated team. Injuries 
plagued the girls and claimed the services of two 
premier runners at critical points of the season, 
yet the young teams' progress was swift and 
laudable. Personal goals were met. The final 
record was 1-7-0 and their optimistic position 
was due to the efforts of Co-Captains Sandy 
Aldred and Margie Faulstich. 

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Third Row: John 
Simeone, Ray DiCiaccio, 
Dave Partridge, Mark 
Reynolds, Bryan Stasca- 
vage, Tim Kiley, Bob 
Yobaccio, Frank Whalen, 
Wayne Shubert, Dave 
Walters. 




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First Row: Debbie Jel- 
loe, Lisa Oliveri, Linda 
Karnikyan, Kathy Des- 
mond, Sandy Aldred, 
Margie Faulstich, Arlene 
Brennan, Cheryl Brown, 
Jody LaRosa, Karen 
Delia Costa. 







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BOYS 




GIRLS 


NO. QUINCY 


TIE 


2828 


WON 


17-47 


WEYMOUTH SO 


.LOST 


20-41 


LOST 


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LOST 


27-31 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


22-37 


LOST 


15-46 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


22 39 


LOST 


17-41 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


20 41 






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21-40 


LOST 


29-30 


QUINCY 


WON 


19-40 


LOST 


15-48 


BROCKTON 


LOST 


2629 


LOST 


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Aversa, Laura Bowers, 
Stella Danis, Nancy 
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First Row: June Mourad- 
jian, Beth O'Hara, Mary- 
beth Mullen, Bernice 
Doucet, Janet Doherty, 
Peg Rooney, Cindy 
Awiscus. Second Row: 
Carol Fronduto, Sue 
Hassett, Mariclare Fos- 
ter, Marie Kerr, Barbara 
Hurley, Denise Bou- 
dreau, Posey Quinn, 
Anne Cadigan, Gabrielle 
Fitzgerald. 



GIRLS' SWIMMING 

Seniors, Bernice Doucet, Beth O'Hara, and 
Janet Doherty led the girls' swim team through 
an exciting season in 1977. The girls wrapped up 
the year with an impressive 8-2 record. 

Co-Captain Janet Doherty gave us one excep- 
tional performance after another. She continually 
set new records by breaking those which she her- 
self set. Sophomore Lori McDonald went unde- 
feated in the Breaststroke. 

At the Suburban League Championships, the 
team placed fourth, missing third place by a 
mere point. The girls also excelled at the Eastern 
Division Championships, and went on to the State 
Meet. At the State's, they took thirteenth in the 
Diving and sixteenth in the Breaststroke Compe- 
titions. 

Each of the eight victories was won by great 
personal strength and allied team effort, combin- 
ing to make 1977 the best girls' swimming sea- 
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son, Lori McDonald, 
Denise Deveaux, Linda 
Richardson, Ann Bou- 
dreau, Cathy Anthony, 
Leslie Cadigan, Coach 
McDonald. 








RECORD 




NO. QUINCY 


WON 


108-61 


DEDHAM 


WON 


97-74 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WON 


98-74 


BROOKLINE 


LOST 


91-81 


NEWTON SO. 


WON 


93-79 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


WON 


94-78 


QUINCY 


WON 


98-63 


NEWTON NO. 


WON 


91-78 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


88-84 


BROCKTON 


LOST 


106-67 


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VOLLEYBALL 



MARYANNE MCNAMARA 
FIRST TEAM ALL SCHOLASTIC 



First Row: Joanne 
Doherty, Joyce Harring- 
ton, Janet Altman, Gail 
Casavant, Laini 

Schoener. 



The best record in the history of Waltham High 
School was compiled by this year's Volleyball 
team. The girls finished the regular season with a 
1 5-0 record. They won the Suburban League with 
a 12-0 record, qualifying them for the State Tour- 
nament. 

In the North Sectionals, the team easily 
defeated every opponent it faced, bringing the 
record up to 18-0. This assured the team of its 
second consecutive North Sectional Champion- 
ship. 

In the finals of the State Tournament, the top 
seeded Waltham girls chose to forfeit the state 
crown to Amherst. But this did not discourage 
the girls, as they went on to defeat Brockton for 
the third time in the season. 

The team's final record was 22- 1 ; and our girls 
can be proud of their outstanding season. 



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BILLERICA 


WON 


15-10,15-3 


NEWTON NO. 


WON 


15-6,15-9 


QUINCY 


WON 


15-6,15-2 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


15-2,15-0 


NEWTON SO. 


WON 


15-2,14-16,15-5 


BROCKTON 


WON 


15-12,15-10 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


15-5,15-3 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


15-4.15-4 


NEWTON NO. 


WON 


15-8,15-9 


QUINCY 


WON 


15-2,15-6 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


15-0.15-6 


ARLINGTON 


WON 


15-1, 15-1 


BROCKTON 


WON 


15-4.15-4 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


15-6,15-10 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


15-0,15-1 


NATICK 


WON 


15-4,15-1 


MT. ST. JOSEPH 


WON 


15-1,15-2 


METHUEN 


WON 


15-7,15-9 


BOS. LATIN 


WON 


15-9,15-2 


ACAD. 






MILFORD 


WON 


15-1,15-1 


TAUNTON 


WON 


15-10,15-5 


AMHERST* 


LOST 


15-0,15-0 


BROCKTON 


WON 


15-6,15-9 




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SAL DISTEFANO 
FIRST TEAM ALL SCHOLASTIC 



First Row: Bill Mazzar- 
ini, Tom Carroll, Brian 
McDonald, Paul Tiano, 
Rich Breault, BobGillen, 
Sal DiStefano, Tom Fah- 
erty, Scott Anderson, Ed 
Barmakian, Constanti- 
nous Voulgaropoulos, 
John Mason, David 
Doneski, Bill Martin. 



The Waltham High Soccer team finished the 
regular season with a 9-4-3 record, this gave the 
boys a third place finish in the Suburban League 
and entrance to the E-Mass. Tournament. 

The team's pre-season outlook was one of 
great expectations, but it was not until the last 
ten games that the hopes were realized. Going 
into the tournament, the Hawks won eight out of 
their last ten games; the Hawks were on a hot 
streak! 

Tri-Captains, Sal DiStefano, Scott Anderson, 
and Tom Faherty did their best to rally the team 
at the tournament. Luck was against them; they 
lost to Braintree on a rain-drenched field. 



E. Mass. Tourney Team 





Second Row: Coach 
John Graceffa, Jay 
Joyce, Joe DiStefano, 
Roger Becker, Stephen 
Oliveri, Mike Han, John 
Faherty, John Duffy, 
Ken Leger, Dave Parella, 
Mark Bernard, Peter 
Cercone, Coach Doug 
Tierney. 



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BROOKLINE 


TIE 


3-3 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


LOST 


2-1 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


2-0 


CAMBRIDGE 


TIE 


1-1 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


3-0 


BROCKTON 


TIE 


0-0 


QUINCY 


WON 


3-0 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


WON 


1-0 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


4-0 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WON 


4-0 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


6-2 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


6-2 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


2-1 


BROCKTON 


LOST 


1-0 


QUINCY 


WON 


5-0 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


WON 


4-0 


BRAINTREE 


LOST 


3-1 


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Donna Lee, Jane Olivo, 
Cheryl Learned, Patty 
Nix, Bev Chiarelli, 
Donna Kass. 



FIELD HOCKEY 

The Varsity Field Hockey team wound up the 
season with a 4-4-3 record. The primarily rookie 
team suffered early in the season with a change 
of coaches; soon the team was able to adapt to 
the fine coaching of Nina Skavinsky. 

With the help of veterans, Captain Cheryl 
Learned, Patty Nix, and Jane Olivo, the team put 
a pretty mean game together. Jane, Laurie Cam- 
pana, and Annie Huff held the defense together, 
and special recognition goes to first year player 
Donna Lee. Offense consisted of Anna O'Brien, 
Karen McCall, Judy and Bev Chiarelli, and Cheryl 
Learned. The offense had a minor problem — 
getting the ball into the net! However, beating 
such opponents as Cambridge and Brookline 
required a full team effort, of which the girls may 
be proud. Overall, the team found the 1977 sea- 
son to be one of individual growth as well as one 
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Nina Skavinsky, Judy 
Chiarelli, Laurie Cam- 
pana, Karen McCall, 
Kathy Beck, Shelia 
McGillicuddy, Anna 
O'Brien, Justine Joyce, 
Stephanie Manoli. 




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DORR IE POWERS 



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HOCKEY 




First Row: Mike Lamattina, Joe Welsh, Don Gibbs, Chuck Surrette, Tom 
Dowdy, Bob Martin, Dan Hill, Charlie Burke, Barry McPherson. Second 
Row: Nick Pappas, Paul McLaughlin, Ray St. Cyr, Ricky Martin, Dan Gau- 
vin, Rick McGovern, Billy Cusick, Steve Shea, Paul Provencher, Tom Tar- 
anto, George Melanson, Coach Dan Doyle, Coach Peter Yetten. 



The Waltham High Hockey sextet had a suc- 
cessful season compiling a final record of 9-6-3 
and finishing fifth in the Suburban League. The 
team showed improvement throughout the sea- 
son. 

Under third year coach Peter Yetten the boys 
missed post-season play in the State Tournament 
by two games. Each was lost by a single goal. The 
team, captained by Tom Dowdy, played solid, 
sound hockey; they beat Peabody 3-1 and fin- 
ished the season by defeating Quincy 6-3. 

All of the players contributed to the team's suc- 
cess. They were paced by Juniors Ray St. Cyr and 
Paul Provencher who led the team in scoring 1 
and 2 respectively. 





RECORD 




LEXINGTON 


TIE 


2-2 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


4-2 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


LOST 


3-2 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


3-2 


BROOKLINE 


LOST 


4-2 


BROCKTON 


WON 


8-2 


QUINCY 


WON 


8-4 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WON 


6-5 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


3-1 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


3-2 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


TIE 


0-0 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


6-3 


BROOKLINE 


LOST 


1-0 


BROCKTON 


LOST 


5-3 


PEABODY 


WON 


3-1 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


4-1 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


TIE 


3-3 


QUINCY 


WON 


6-3 


9 Wins 


6 Losses 


3 Ties 





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The Girls' Track Indoor Season was frequented 
with fine individual performances, which the dis- 
appointing 1-6 record did not mirror. Three 
school records were shattered and two girls 
placed well in the State Meet. Senior Lynne Dun- 
brack placed third in the hurdles and two year 
veteran Ellen Katzi set a new shot-put record of 
29'5". Sophomore Laura Bowers set a new high 
jump record of 5'0". 

The team's strength began with the efforts of 
cpt. Terri McCarthy, who was forced onto the 
sidelines mid-way in the season. Seniors Sandy 
Aldred and Margie Faulstich carried the young 
team through the season with their undaunted 
determination, setting strong examples for the 
underclassmen. 



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RECORD 




NO. QUINCY 




LOST 


40-37 


NEWTON 




WON 


39-38 


WEYMOUTH SO. 




LOST 


51-25 


WEYMOUTH NO. 




LOST 


52-24 


BROOKLINE 




LOST 


56-21 


CAMBRIDGE 




LOST 


61.5-15.5 


1 Win 


5 Losses 



First Row: Margie Faulstich, Sandy Aldred, Ellen 
Kaitz, Lynne Dunbrack, Terri McCarthy (Capt). 
Second Row: Anne Cadigan, Kathy Desmond, 
Donna Kass, Arlene Brennan, Cheryl Brown, 
Claudia Canapari, Marie Kerr, Linda LaRosa, 
Linda Karnikyan. Third Row: Denise Deveaux, 
Linda Richardson, Beth Chiasson, Laura Bowers, 
Karen DallaCosta, Anne Martin, Stella Danis, 
Coach Joe Tranchita. 






- GIRLS' 
BASKETBALL 

Under the first year coachinr of Tessi Mayer, 
the girls' varsity basketball season was high- 
lighted by several come from behind wins. The 
girls beat Brockton, Weymouth South, and Sub- 
urban League Champs, Weymouth North. Most 
Valuable Player, Jackie Forster and unsung hero, 
Judy Delaney helped the team to squeeze out a 9- 
8 record in the last week of play. 

Seniors, MaryAnne McNamara, JaneOlivo, Sue 
Kiejzo, and Cindy Kiley helped out in many fourth 
quarter comebacks. Although six seniors are 
leaving, Waltham may expect a strong Girls' Bas- 
ketball team for the 1 978- 1 979 season. 



Kneeling: Jackie Forster, Coach Tessi Mayer. Standing: Bev Chiarelli, 
Joyce Harrington, Fran Smerlas, Sharon Smith, Cindy Kiley, Sue Kiejzo, 
MaryAnne McNamara, Susan Bowler, Judy Delaney, Jane Olivo. 





RECORD 




ARLINGTON 


WON 


40-30 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


40-20 


BROCKTON 


LOST 


40-32 


CAMBRIDGE 


LOST 


48-44 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


WON 


42-38 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


LOST 


41-34 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


52-35 


QUINCY 


LOST 


57-51 


NO.QUINCY 


WON 


47-29 


BROCKTON 


WON 


47-42 


CAMBRIDGE 


LOST 


49-29 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


LOST 


38-35 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


42-34 


QUINCY 


WON 


63-42 


NO.QUINCY 


WON 


45-38 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WON 


41-38 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


42-34 


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In 1977-78, the rifle team maintained its long 
history of winning seasons. Led by captain John 
Harrington, the team put together a 5-3 record. 
Although the rifle team was marred by inconsis- 
tencies, the boys were able to capture second 
place in the Middlesex League Meet. 

The team will lose six good shooters from our 
senior class, but next year's captain Peter Bren- 
nan, has his mark set on a championship team in 
the 1978- 1979 season. 










RECORD 




CONCORD 


WON 


874-873 


NEWTON 


WON 


866-860 


MARLBORO 


LOST 


893-856 


BEDFORD 


LOST 


874-869 


MARLBORO 


LOST 


899-861 


NEWTON 


WON 


881-849 


BEDFORD 


WON 


876-858 




4 Wins 3 Losses 



First Row: Peter Brennan, John Harrington, Luay 
Ashoo, Rocco Collura, Chuck Penton, John 
McNamara. Second Row: Stephen Taranto, Rich- 
ard Renna, Mark Eagan, Tony Schichilone, Phil 
Burke, Mike Wheaton, Coach Dunlop. 





BOYS' SWIMMINGi 




Despite a disappointing 1-8-1 record, this 
year's Waltham Swim Team showed many fine 
performances. Six of their nine meets were lost 
by only one event. In the State, and New England 
High School meets, the Hawks beat all but one of 
their rivals. 

Paced by Captain Charlie O'Brien, the team set 
four new high school records. Charlie finished 
third in the 100 yards breaststroke competition 
at the New England Championship meet, and was 
voted most valuable player. 

Other Seniors included Tom Carroll and Richie 
Breault, two strong divers who also competed in 
the backstroke and freestyle. Ken Meliones' 
event was the backstroke and Brian MacDonald 
competed in the butterfly stroke. Next year's Co- 
captains are John Duffy and John Trites. 





RECORD 




WEYMOUTH NO. 


TIE 


41-41 


WESTON 


LOST 


48-32 


CAMBRIDGE 


LOST 


92-75 


SALEM 


LOST 


60-49 


QUINCY 


WON 


36-47 


BROCKTON 


LOST 


52-29 


NEWTON 


LOST 


48-35 


BROOKLINE 


LOST 


103-64 


BELMONT 


LOST 


45-34 


NO. QUINCY 


LOST 


92-79 


1 Win 


8 Losses 


1 Tie 



First Row: Coach Peter Donahue, Mark Hanlon, 
John Duffy, John Trites, Bob Fischer, Charly 
O'Brien, Tom Carrol, Kenny Meliones, Richard 
Broult, Brian McDonald. Second Row: Todd Mit- 
chel, Sean O'Brien, Steven Cristifori. 




NORTH SECTION SEMI-FINALIST 




,-BOYS' BASKETBALL 



The 1977-78 Waltham High School Basketball 
Team finished the regular season with a 14-5 
record, which qualified them for the Eastern- 
Mass, tournament. Although the team ranked 
ninth in the state in the preseason polls, the 
Hawks proved that they were worthy contenders 
with a nine game winning streak. By mid-season 
they ranked third in the state. The end of the sea- 
son brought a third place finish in the Suburban 
League. The Hawks also made a dynamic show- 
ing in the state tournament. There they defeated 
Framingham North and Peabody, the winners of 
the Greater Boston League and last year's North 
sectional winners, and lost to Salem by a heart- 
breaking score of 40-39. 





JEFF NOCERA 
FIRST TEAM EMASS ALL STARS 



Kneeling: Coach Len Sorin, Captain Jeff Nocera. Standing: Steve Righini 
Dave Hill, Dave Doneski, Buddy O'Hearn, John Nocera, Chris Jacobs, Ton 
Faherty, Bill Lowry, Brian Langley, Steve Kiley, Bill Martin, Mark Forster 
Wayne Grumney, Dave Parella. 






BROOKLINE 


WON 


47-41 


BROCKTON 


WON 


63-55 


CAMBRIDGE 


LOST 


79-68 


SOMERVILLE 


WON 


69-60 


WEYMOUTH NO. WON 


51-50 


WEYMOUTH SO 


. WON 


48-45 


EVERETT 


WON 


64-52 


NEWTON NO. 


WON 


55-53 


QUINCY 


WON 


51-42 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


43-41 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


5755 


BROCKTON 


WON 


52-49 


CAMBRIDGE 


LOST 


61-50 


WEYMOUTH NO LOST 


53-51 


WEYMOUTH SO 


LOST 


62-61 


NEWTON NO 


WON 


49-47 


QUINCY 


WON 


61-59 


NO.QUIN 


WON 


53-51 


SOMERVILLE 
NORTH 


LOST 


56-46 


WON 


53-52 


PEABODY 


WON 


60-54 


SALEM 


LOST 


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CAROL HESSION 



Eileen Hayes, Doreen D'Amore, Andrea Scali, Cathy Anthony, 
Joanne Mula, Dianne Cane, Laura DiLuca, Deb Peros, Tricia 
Mooney, Carol Hession, Marianne Papia, Diane LeBlanc, 
Kathy Dankens, Olympia Fournarakis. 



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DEBBIE PEROS 



JOANNE MULA 



ANDREA SCALI 



GYMNASTICS-. 




Capt. Nina Attardo and Co-captain Cheri Good- 
rich started their third varsity year in 1977. The 
girls demonstrated personal excellence through- 
out the season. Cheri was the recipient of the 
most outstanding player award and Nina was 
voted most valuable player. 

Deserving of much credit is our all-around girl, 
Sophomore Maureen Finnell. Maureen had an 
excellent season. She will be back to pull the 
team together next year. Junior linda Mcintosh 
and sophomores Peggy Donovan, Sandy Pratt, 
Brenda Headley, Mary Egan and Janet Martin 
comprised the rest of the 1977-78 Gymnastic 
Team. 




RECORD 




NEWTON NO. 




LOST 


WEYMOUTH SO. 




LOST 


WEYMOUTH NO. 




LOST 


BROCKTON 




LOST 


NO. QUINCY 




LOST 


BILLERICA 




WON 


QUINCY 




WON 


BROOKLINE 




LOST 


2 Wins 


6 Losses 



First Row: Cheri Goodrich, Nina Attardo. Second Row: Mary Eagen, Linda 
Mcintosh, Maureen Finnell. Third Row: Coach Maria Lana Georges, Peggy 
Donovan, Janet Martin, Sandy Pratt, Brenda Headley, Coach Kim Foskin. 




WRESTLING 



The 1977-78 wrestling team ended its seventh 
year of varsity competition with a 12-5 record, 
and second place in the Central Tour. 

Repeating as Central Mass. champs were Rick 
Pierce and Joe Distefano, the third wrestler in 
school history to finish unbeaten in the regular 
season. Joe was voted the team's most outstand- 
ing wrestler, and was a member of the first team 
of the All-Suburban League. 

The tri-captains, Bob Carberry, Paul Carney, 
and Dave Pidgeon, all placed third in the Central 
Mass. Championship. Carberry, the team's 
M.V.P., placed fourth in the Division I State Tour. 
Pidgeon was on the All-Suburban League second 
team. 

Other starting players included Roger Wong, 
Bob Pratt, and Scott Baker, who placed fourth in 
the Central Mass. Tour, and was on the All-Subur- 
ban second team. The heavy-weights included 
Paul Brady, John Caneeney, and Chuck Smerlas, 
a member of the All-Suburban first team. 





SAL DISTEFANO FIRST TEAM 
ALL-SCHOLASTIC 



First Row: Bob Carberry, Paul Carney, David Pidgeon. Second Row: Ricky 
Pierce, Roger Wong, Joseph Distefano, Bobby Pratt, Scott Baker, Frank 
Morreale, Sal Distefano, Chuck Snerlas, Paul Brady, John Conneny. Third 
Row: Steve Sharma, Steve Sjostedt, Steve Oliveri, Bobby Guisti, Bobby 
Yubacio, Mike Burke, Steve Devoe, Billy Stimer, VinnyScalisi. Fourth Row: 
David Manfadonia, Gary Vallerin, Fran Soucoi, Dan Roberchard, Len 
Camus, Carlos Santos, Peter Bear, Doug Divato. Fifth Row: Kevin Pratt 
(manager), Phil Riccio (coach), Ken Kaloostian, John Wade, Artie Magee, 
Coach Mirabile, Coach Passarini. 





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RECORD 




NEEDHAM 


WON 


47-16 


NATICK 


WON 


52-12 


FRAM. NO. 


WON 


27-26 


MILFORD 


LOST 


39-20 


WEYMOUTH 


WON 


59-8 


SO. 






BROOKLINE 


WON 


44-14 


NEWTON 


LOST 


31-17 


NO. 






WAYLAND 


LOST 


29-21 


NO. QUINCY WON 


64-2 


WEYMOUTH 


WON 


31-21 


NO. 






LOWELL 


LOST 


23-21 


NEWTON 


WON 


33-28 


SO. 






BROCKTON 


WON 


36-18 


MEDFORD 


WON 


46-10 


QUINCY 


LOST 


23-18 


CAMBRIDGE WON 


44-24 


LEX. MIN. 


WON 


52-10 


VOC. 






12 Wins 


5 Losses 



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The Boys' Indoor Track team suffered despite its 
wealth of talent. Captain Tom Harte was often an 
inspiration, ending up his season in the 40 yard 
dash with an impressive time of 5.8 seconds. Jon 
Adams, senior two miler, placed third in the State 
Meet. He also broke the school's indoor two mile 
record at the Harvard track giving us a personal 
best of 9:35. 

For most of the seniors this year marked their | 
final indoor season. Seniors on this year's squad 
include: Fred Bryson, Peter Connolly, Greg Demeo, 
Randy Demeo, Ed McCarthy, Jon Olney, Brian 
Regan, Bob Shaw, and Jim Simeone. 






RECORD 




NO. QUINCY 




LOST 


58-28 


NEWTON NO. 




LOST 


62-24 


WEYMOUTH SO. 




LOST 


60-26 


WEYMOUTH NO. 




WON 


49-37 


BROOKLINE 




WON 


49-37 


QUINCY* 




WON 


2-0 


CAMBRIDGE 




LOST 


50-36 


BROCKTON 




LOST 


58-28 


3W 


ns 


5 Losses 




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First Row: Jon Adams, Greg Demeo, Jim 
Simeone, Bob Shaw, Captain Tom Hart, Peter 
Smith, Brian Regan, Randy Demeo, Don Gibbs, 
Fred Bryson, Jon Olney. Second Row: Ed 
McCarthy, Paul Rancatore, Dan Callahan, John 
Bell, Steve Botari, Stuart Goldsmith, Rick Smith, 
Rich Walters, Bill Kramer, Greg Shaw, Ken Wynn, 

Bob Casella, Paul Hillson. Third Row: Coach Lee Gould, Warren Withrow, Wayne Shubert, Scott Bell, John Simeone, Dave Wal- 
ters, Mike Kerrigan, Ray DiCiaccio, Jim Moran, Bryan Stascavage, Tim Vinciulla. 




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Seniors, John Battaglino, Bob Gillen, Frank 
Shea, Janet Doherty, and June Mouradjian, led 
Waltham High's skiers through an unbeaten sea- 
son. The team turned in a record of 12 wins and 
no losses. 

The blizzard of '78 forced the team to post- 
pone two races; but our skiiers were not discour- 
aged, and they came back to win two races 
against Arch-Rival, Newton South. 

The team participated in the Annual Eastern 
Mass. Invitational Race at Bradford Hill. Here, 
the underclassmen showed us what to expect 
next year, by carrying the team to a respectable 
third place. 






RECORD 




WELLESLEY 






WON 


FRANKLIN 






WON 


NEWTON NO. 






WON 


NEWTON SO. 






WON 


WESTWOOD 






WON 


WELLESLEY 






WON 


NEWTON NO. 






WON 


NEWTON SO. 






WON 


WESTWOOD 






WON 


9W 


ins 


Losses 





Mr. Howard MacCleaver, Coach, Sue Princiotta, Karen Bourgeois, Joanne 
Doherty, Donna Lee, John Doherty, Jackie Shea, Janet Doherty, Frank 
Shea, Al Rizzo, John Battaglino. 






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This year our golf team had its most successful 
season in recent history finishing with a 6-3 
record and making the Suburban League play-off 
for the first time. Led by our sophomore MVP, 
William O'Kane, we took the measure of Wey- 
mouth No., Cambridge, No. Quincy, Quincy, 
Brookline, and Belmont. This year we had a first 
at Waltham High; a girl, Kathy Mula participated 
on a regular basis. Our tri-captains this year were 
John Molinari, Jim Harris, and John Sullivan. The 
Lazaro Trophy, given annually to the Most 
Improved Golfer, was won by junior Jim Morgan. 

With an outstanding nucleus of veterans 
returning we expect a great record next fall. 





Left to Right: Jim Morgan, John Doherty, Steve Holland, Don 
Roche, Joe McGovern, John Sullivan, Mike Kiejzo, John Molinari, 
Jim Harris, Bill Costello, Coach John Krol. 




RECORD 




BROCKTON 


LOS 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


WO 


CAMBRIDGE 


WO 


NO. QUINCY 


WO 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WOI 


QUINCY 


WOI 


BROOKLINE 


LOS 


BELMONT 


WOI 


NEWTON NO. 


LOS 


6 Wins 3 Losses 





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BERMUDA IS ANOTHER WORLD 



Bermuda is another world 

Several hundred miles at sea 

And the way the people greet you 

Is like a friendly melody 

To touch a cloud in the morning 

To listen to a honeybee 

To hear a bird who sings a song 

Just to say that he is free 






Bermuda is another world 
Turn around I'll tell you why 
Just to watch the morning sunrise 
From the sea up to the sky 
To look across on a harbor 
And see a multicolored sail 
It's fun to ski on the water 
That always leaves a snowy trail. 





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Turn around and you'll be gone 

But there will always be those memories 

That will linger on and on 

And some day I'll hear you say 

Just as I've said today 

Bermuda is another world 




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BOYS' TENNIS 



The 1 978 tennis season was a rebuilding expe- 
rience. The team consisted of seven first year 
varsity players and four returning lettermen. 
Regardless of a losing record, the efforts gener- 
ated by each member proved to be a winning sea- 
son for all. We wish the best of luck to seniors, 
Steve Barnard and Bob Shaw. Special thanks 
must be given to the dedication of our coaches, 
Mr. Rick Walsh and Mr. Gene Boeglin, and our 
many supporters. 




Kneeling: Byron Trefonides, Vin Tullo, Don Peterson, Coach Rick 
Walsh, Jim Yung, Dan Ryan, Captain Karl Chen. Standing: Assist- 
ant Coach Gene Boeglin, Steve Barnard, Peter Olbrys, Bob Shaw, 
Peter Koutoujian, Bob LeFort, Team Manager Kenny Doucette. 







BROCKTON 
BROOKLINE 
WEYMOUTH SO. 
WEYMOUTH NO. 
NO. QUINCY 
QUINCY 
CAMBRIDGE 
NEWTON NO. 
BROCKTON 
BROOKLINE 
WEYMOUTH SO. 
WEYMOUTH NO. 
NO. QUINCY 
QUINCY 
CAMBRIDGE 
NEWTON NO. 



LOST 
LOST 
WON 
LOST 
WON 
LOST 
WON 
LOST 
LOST 
LOST 
LOST 
WON 
WON 
LOST 
WON 
LOST 



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Despite a disappointing record of 9-7, rookie 
coach Mary Antonellis, led her players to per- 
sonal victories and advanced athletic accomplish- 
ments. 

Senior varsity players, captain, Cheryl Learned, 
Sandy Hynes, Barbara Fournier won their 
matches consistently. The team also gives credit 
to strong, singles players, Dianne Cincotta and 
Lynne Apone, and doubles players, Sharon Straw 
and Cathy Shea. 

Due to a new coach and the addition of sopho- 
more players, the team had a challenging sea- 
son. 






RECORD 



BROCKTON 
BROOKLINE 
WEYMOUTH SO. 
WEYMOUTH NO 
NO. QUINCY 
QUINCY 
CAMBRIDGE 
NEWTON 
BROCKTON 
BROOKLINE 
WEYMOUTH SO. 
WEYMOUTH NO 
NO. QUINCY 
QUINCY 
CAMBRIDGE 
NEWTON 



LOST 
LOST 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WON 
LOST 
LOST 
LOST 
LOST 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WON 
LOST 



3-2 
50 
4-1 
3-2 
3-2 
3-2 
5-0 
4-1 
3-2 
32 
4-1 
5-0 
4-1 
3-2 
32 
4-1 




Sandra Hynes, Cathie Shea, Sharon Straw, Cheryl Learned, Bar 
bie Fournier, Lynn Apone, Dianne Cincotta 



9 Wins 7 Losses 




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-LACROSSE — 

Lacrosse made its debut as a varsity sport at 
Waltham High this year, compiling an 11-5 
record. Thanks to the efforts of former club mem- 
bers, John Battaglino, Wayne Grumney, Mike 
Mahoney, John Mason, John Craig, Barry Sulli- 
van, Lew Sabbag, Charlie O'Brien, and Jim Swee- 
ney, Lacrosse received the School Committee's 
endorsement last year. From the bone chilling 
snow and ice of March to the sweltering eighty 
degree heat of May, the Hawk stickmen reli- 
giously practiced their scooping, shooting, and 
checking. Their hard work paid off in victories 
over eleven of their opponents, including play-off 
contender, Brookline. Teams with far more expe- 
rienced players, like Medford and Burlington, 
gave way to the Hawks' enthusiastic and hard- 
checking game. The graduating seniors will be 
missed next season, particularly the mid-fielders, 
but with twelve returning lettermen the prospects 
for next year are good. 




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First Row: Barry Sullivan, Don Hansen, Jim Sweeney, John Batta- 
glino, John Conneeny, Mike Mahoney. Second Row: Lew Sabbage, 
Dave Hill, John Holland, Dave Burley, Wayne Grumney, John Rha- 
tigan, John Craig. Third Row: Todd Mitchell, Steve DeVoe, John 
Menard, Rich Cormier, Jim Desjardin, Alex Gabay, Jay Gallagher, 
Mark Hurley, Rich Cacciatore, Coach Frank Schofield. 





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CONCORD 


WON 


11-1 


MEDFORD 


WON 


2-1 


FRAM. NO. 


LOST 


5-4 


WEYMOUTH NO 


LOST 


10-1 


RIVER CO. DAY 


WON 


7-2 


HINGHAM 


WON 


9-7 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 


14-1 


NEWTON SO. 


WON 


9-1 


LEXINGTON 


WON 


11-7 


BURLINGTON 


WON 


6-5 


FRAM. SO. 


LOST 


12-6 


HINGHAM 


WON 


7-6 


NEEDHAM 


LOST 


16-3 


WOUBURN 


WON 


15-0 


PEABODY 


WON 


4-2 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


6-5 


11 Wins 


5 Losses 












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SOFTBALL 



For the first time in the history of Waltham 
Softball, the girls' team won the Suburban 
League Championship with a 14-2 record. This 
was an outstanding hitting team with five of the 
girls batting over 400. On the field the team had 
a well balanced defense always playing as a team 
with each player giving 100%. Their outstanding 
pitcher, Maryanne McNamara led the team to 
their victories with an over-all record of 18-3. 
Maryanne was selected as pitcher of the All Sub- 
urban League 1 st team. Four other Hawks were 
selected for the 2nd team, Yvette Daigle, Judy 
Delaney, Jane Olivo, and Fran Smerlas. 

This team's hard work and dedication qualified 
them for the State Tournament. They went into 
the Tournament with an 18-2 record and were 
seeded 3rd in the North Sectionals. Although 
they were ousted from the Tournament early, los- 
ing their first game to Beverly, this team is still 
considered to be one of the finest to play for Walt- 
ham High. 




Suburban League Champs 






RECORD 




BELMONT 


WON 


7-4 


BROCKTON 


WON 


9-8 


ACTON- 


WON 


11-6 


BOXBORO 






BROOKLINE 


WON 


11-6 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WON 


13-8 


CONCORD 


WON 


15-6 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


WON 


25-7 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


13-3 


QUINCY 


WON 


8-7 


CAMBRIDGE 


WON 


21-7 


NEWTON NO. 


WON 


9 2 


BROCKTON 


WON 


15-14 


BROOKLINE 


WON 


8-7 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


WON 


8-4 


CONCORD 


WON 


18-8 


NO. QUINCY 


WON 


11-3 


QUINCY 


WON 


179 


CAMBRID 


WON 


12-1 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


LOST 1110 


NEWTON NO. 


LOST 28-18 


BEVE' 


LOST 


13 1 


18 Wins 3 Losses 





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The spring track team, despite its 2-6 record, 
ran very well against their tough Suburban 
league opponents. Several of the meets were 
close, with the final relay race being the deciding 
factor of the meet. 

The team had several strong individual per- 
formers and captured five places in the ALL 
League Meet. Barry McPherson was undefeated 
in the Intermediate Hurdles and led the team in 
total points for the second consecutive year. 

Next year the team is looking forward to a fine 
season with a strong group of underclassmen 
returning. 

The girls team had a very disappointing 0-7 
season, but with many veterans the outlook for 
next year is very bright. 




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BOYS 


GIRLS 


CAMBRIDGE 


LOST 73-68 


LOST 


74-39 


NO. QUINCY 


LOST 77-63 


LOST 


66-46 


WEYMOUTH 


LOST 101-39 


LOST 


84-34 


SO. 








NEWTON NO. 


LOST 98-47 


LOST 


65-58 


WEYMOUTH 


LOST 88-57 


LOST 


87-29 


NO. 








BROOKLINE 


WON 94-52 


LOST 


73-45 


BROCKTON 


LOST 88-64 

Boys 1-6-0 
Girls 0-7-0 


LOST 


101-15 






Sitting: Sandy Aldred, Margie Faulstich, Mary Duddy, Mary 
Caban, Terri McCarthy, Ellen Kaitz. Kneeling: Kathy Desmond, 
Cheryl Brown, Janet MacNeil, Cindy Jones, Linda LaRosa, Eileen 
Cyr, Lisa Bourque, Anne Cadigan, Marie Kerr, Arlene Brennan, 
Linda Karmikian. Standing: Carol Hagean, Ann Martin, Laura 
Bowers, Karen DellaCosta, Beth Chiasson, Jody LeRosa, Coach 
Joe Tranchita. 







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—BASEBALL— 

This year our baseball team tied Newton No. 
and Weymouth No. for the Suburban League 
Championship with a thrilling come from behind 
5-4 victory over No. Quincy in the last game of 
the season. This qualified them for the state tour- 
nament in which they lost the opening round 5-0 
to Norwood. 

Jeff Nocera was our leading hitter with a 367 
average, and also led the team with 17 RBI's. He 
was given the Schoener Golden Glove Award for 
his outstanding defensive ability. Tom Faherty 
was the workhorse of our pitching staff and fin- 
ished the season with a 6-4 record. His brother 
Sean, a Sophomore, finished the season with a 
perfect 4-0 record. Jeff Nocera and Tom Faherty 
were elected All Suburban first team by the 
coaches in the league. With 1 1 returning letter- 
men, the outlook for next year is very bright. 




Suburban League Champs 










First Row: Kevin Corcoran, Eric Kazanjian, Dave McLaughlin, Chuck Roche, 
Mark Tabor, Andy Clark, Wally Rooney, Jeff Nocera. Second Row: Lenny 
Como, Steve Ottaviano, Joe Laspada, Mark Christofori, Bill Cusick, Bob 
Place, Sean Faherty, Danny Callahan, Fred Kiersted, Raymond Yetten. 




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FRAM. SO. 
BROCKTON 
CAMBRIDGE 
WEYMOUTH 

NO. 
WEYMOUTH 

SO. 
QUINCY 
BROOKLINE 
NEWTON NO. 
NO. QUINCY 
NEW BRITAIN 
BROCKTON 
CAMBRIDGE 
WEYMOUTH 

NO. 
WEYMOUTH 

SO. 
QUINCY 
BROOKLINE 
NEWTON NO. 
NO QUINCY 
NORWOOD 




LOST 
WON 
WON 
WON 
LOST 



WON 
WON 
LOST 
WON 
WON 
WON 
WON 
LOST 



WON 
WON 
LOST 
WON 
LOST 



5-0 

10-1 

5-3 

7-4 

14-7 

7-3 

5-4 

14-2 



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JUNIOR HOUSEMASTER 



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VOCATIONAL 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




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ENGLISH 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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DIRECTOR OF SCIENCE 




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RIISINESS 




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ART 



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MEDIA CENTER 



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SECRETARY 



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BILINGUAL 




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CUSTODIAN 



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DIRECTOR OF READING 



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VOCATIONAL 



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VOCATIONAL 




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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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SCIENCE 



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SECRETARY 




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SPECIAL EDUCATION 



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SECRETARY 




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VOCATIONAL 



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DIRECTOR OF BILINGUAL 




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CUSTODIAN 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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RFADING 



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SCIENCE 




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ENGLISH 



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BUSINESS 




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SUPERVISOR OF ATTENDANCF 



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CAREER EDUCATION 



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CAREER EDUCATION 



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BUSINESS 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 





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ENGLISH 




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CUSTODIAN 



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SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT COUN- 
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VOCATIONAL 



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SECRETARY 



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SCIENCE 



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GUIDANCE 



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DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




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DIRECTOR OF MUSIC 



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ENGLISH 




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VOCATIONAL 




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DIRECTOR OF DRAMA 



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NURSE 




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MATHEMATICS 



MR. JOHN FARIA 
VOCATIONAL 



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MUSIC 




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BILINGUAL 






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BUSINESS 



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NURSE 



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ENGLISH 



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BUSINESS DEPT. HEAD 




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MATHEMATICS 




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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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ENGLISH 




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GUIDANCE 



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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR A.V. 



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HOME ECONOMICS 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 






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SCIENCE 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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SCIENCE 



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READING 




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MEDIA CENTER 




MR. WILLIAM HARRINGTON 
MATHEMATICS 



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HEALTH 



MS. ELAINE HAYES 
MATHEMATICS 




MR. ALBERT HEALEY 
ENGLISH 



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VOCATIONAL 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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ENGLISH 




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SCIENCE 



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SECRETARY 




MS. MARGARET IRWIN 
HOME ECONOMICS 



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ENGLISH 




MRS. MARY JOHNSON 
DIRECTOR OF HOME EC. 



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MATHEMATICS 



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VOCATIONAL 



MRS. ROBERT KANAREK 
SOCIAL STUDIES 



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VOCATIONAL 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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VOCATIONAL 



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VOCATIONAL 



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ENGLISH 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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MUSIC 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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SCIENCE 



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CUSTODIAN 




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SPECIAL EDUCATION 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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DIRECTOR OF ENGLISH 



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VOCATIONAL 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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CUSTODIAN 




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T.V. CENTER 



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VOCATIONAL 



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MATHEMATICS 



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MATHEMATICS 




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DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL LUNCH 



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DIRECTOR OF MATHEMATICS 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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SECRETARY 




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CAREER EDUCATION HOME EC. 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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GUIDANCE 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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VOCATIONAL 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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HOME ECONOMICS 



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ENGLISH 




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ENGLISH 



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SECRETARY 



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SECRETARY 




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VOCATIONAL 



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MATHEMATICS 



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VOCATIONAL 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




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MATHEMATICS 



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VOCATIONAL 



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ENGLISH 




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BUSINESS 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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VOCATIONAL 



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GUIDANCE 




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SCIENCE 



MR. RALPH NELSON 
DIRECTOR OF A. V. 



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GUIDANCE 



MR. VINCENT NICOLORA 
CUSTODIAN 




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DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL EDU 

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF GUID- 
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ART 



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CAREER EDUCATION 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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BUSINESS 



MR. MIKE NOTARTOMASA 
CUSTODIAN 





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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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SPECIAL EDUCATION 



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ENGLISH 




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CUSTODIAN 




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CUSTODIAN 



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VOCATIONAL 



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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 




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BILINGUAL 



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DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL STUDIES 




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SCIENCE 







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DRAMA 



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MATHEMATICS 



MR. JOSEPH SALVO 
BUSINESS 



MR. HUGOSANTAMARIA 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




MR. ROBERT SCHUBERT 
COORDINATOR OF A. V. 



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DIRECTOR OF ART 




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MATHEMATICS 



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ENGLISH 



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ENGLISH 




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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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SPECIAL EDUCATION 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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ENGLISH 




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ENGLISH 



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DIRECTOR OF CUSTODIANS 



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SCIENCE 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 




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MATHEMATICS 



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SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT COUN- 
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CUSTODIAN 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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BUSINESS 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




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SCIENCE 



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MATHEMATICS 



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ENGLISH 



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ENGLISH 



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DIRECTOR OF FOREIGN LANG. 




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MATHEMATICS 



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DRAMA 



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MATHEMATICS 



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MRS. CECILIA VISCARDI 
BUSINESS 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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VOCATIONAL 





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MEDIA CENTER 




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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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SCIENCE 



MR. WILLIAM YOUNG 
MATHEMATICS 



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Teacher Recognition . . . Teacher Recognition 




Mr. Thomas Leverone has been a mathematics teacher at 
Waltham High for ten years. He is a graduate of Arlington High 
School and Boston College where he received both his Bache- 
lor of Science and Master's degree in Mathematics. He has a 
wife, Pat, and two children, Brian and Debbie. This year, 
because of a serious back problem, he was unable to continue 
in many activities, yet he still was involved with students. He is 
always willing to help a student in any way possible. He is a 
very open-hearted and giving man who recognizes the emo- 
tions and opinions of the student. For the humorous and seri- 
ous moments, as well as the academic training, and for his 
dedication to school activities, we honor him. 




Miss Rosemary Geary is a graduate of St. Brendan's Higl 
School in Brooklyn, N.Y. She received her Bachelor of Arts ii 
English from Emmanuel College and her Master's degree ii 
English from Boston College. She was also a Residen 
Assistant at Emmanuel College while she was attending Bos 
ton College for her Master's. She attended a summer schoc 
program at Trinity College in Dublin and has taken course 
at Boston State College, Massachusetts College of Phar 
macy, Lesley College. Many of Miss Geary's student 
enjoyed not only her unique approach to English, but als> 
the Friday test feasts. One left her class with both a full mini 
and a full stomach. We hope she gained as much from us a 
we did from her. 




Mr. James McDonnell graduated from Waltham High an< 
Mass. College of Pharmacy. He also attended Framinghan 
and Boston State College. In all of his undertakings he aim: 
for the best. In five years he has made the Waltham Higl 
School "Mirror" one of the largest and most professiona 
high school publications in the east. In addition to his worl 
with the yearbook staff, Mr. McDonnell arranges studen 
trips to Bermuda, Europe, and Montreal. He is an excellen 
Math teacher, always willing to help students. He is marriec 
and the father of two children, Shawn and Kerry. His prid< 
and desire for perfection are evident in everything he does 
The Class of 1978 is proud to honor Mr. McDonnell for hi; 
continued dedication. 



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. . . Teacher Recognition . . . Teacher Recognition 



Mr. Jerry Nelson has taught Physics at Waltham High for 
10 years. He graduated from Newton High and received 
both his bachelor and Master of Science degrees in science 
from Boston State College. There he met his wife, Cindy. 
The Nelson's have two children, Matthew and Dawn. With 
Mr. Nelson, Physics can be fun. One year he demonstrated 
the basic concepts of electricity by bugging Dr. Ayme's 
office. And every year he orders a nuclear reactor. Even the 
most anti-science student leaves Mr. Nelson's class with 
knowledge of and appreciation for Physics. He has given us 
many hours of his time and much of his energy. With this 
award, we honor him. 





After graduating from Waltham High School, Mr. Ira Stein- 
berg worked in local industry and then served in the U.S. Army 
before entering Brandeis University. After graduation from col- 
lege, Mr. Steinberg returned to Waltham High as an English 
teacher and later earned his Master's degree in Education 
degree from Northeastern University. He and his wife, Jean, a 
former Waltham High English teacher, constituted one of the 
earliest intramural couples to teach at WHS. They are now the 
proud parents of two children, Nancy and Daniel. Anyone who 
has passed by Room 1 17 is familiar with Mr. Steinberg's infa- 
mous bells. But his students will remember him always for his 
unusual approach to teaching. The Class of '78 commends his 
outstanding efforts. 



Mr. Harold Walker is a graduate of Newton South High 
School and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He 
received his Master's degree in Education from Boston 
University. He has been teaching at Waltham High for ten 
years in the subjects of Sociology and History. He is an 
excellent teacher, a proud father, and an amazing man. He 
is always aware of the needs of the students. Because of his 
personal approach to history, we gained more than the 
knowledge of dates. We were acquainted with prominent 
people in history and their causes. In addition to the serious 
content of history, we learned about erratic weather patterns 
and many ways to hide when one is asked a math problem. 
We thank this unique teacher with gratitude and recognize 
his involvement with the class. 




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Brady's Beef 




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Joe DiStefano 
Chateau Kitchen 



John Nocera 
Chateau Kitchen 



Richard Martin 
Brady's Market 




Peggy Connor 
Waltham Hosp. Cafeteria 



Angela Giardina 
McDonald's 



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Jumbo Pizza 



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HOMEROOM 026 




First Row: Sue Winterkorn, Julie Zampitella, Judy Yorston, Carla Wilson, Dianne Wilcox, Theresa White, Mimi Yung. Second Row 
Peter Womersley, Mike Wheeler, Charles Whalen, Nick Yaneff, George Houle, Eddie Yow, Mr. Marsh. 



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First Row: D,ane Baker, Tor, Bab.g.an, Paul^n, Steve Barnard Ukraine , Bailey. Ed Barmrthm Second Row: Kev,n Baxter, 
Paula Aucoin, Kathy Barry, George Beck, Sheril Bailey. Mr. Rourke, John Battagl.no. 



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HOMEROOM 144 




First Row: Steve Gallagher, Danny Goldstein, Michelle Gaynor, Ms. Peggy Irwin. Second Row: Patrick Giles, Neil Galvin, Charlene 
Goguen, Debbie Gallant, Richard Gemelli, John Glynn, Arthur Genova, Don Gibbs, Sal Giglia, Danny Giardina, Monique Gautreau, 
John Gomes. 



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HOMEROOM 148 




Sitting: Margaret Houston, Karen Hough, Debbie Holm, Carol Hession. Kneeling: Craig Heffron, Rejaa Homsi, Kevin Hart, Karen 
Hoover. Standing: Tom Howard, Tom Hopkins, Jim Harris, Don Hansen, Mark Hayden, Tom Hart, Clay Harvey, Dave Hobson. 



287 



HOMEROOM 154 




First Row: Cindy Kiley, Kathy Kasper, Sandra Kershaw, Barbara Kelley. Second Row: MaryJean Kelly, Karyn Kemp, Susan Ke 
ney, Cindy Kaupelis. Third Row: Bob Kershner, Chris Harris, Joseph Kehoe, Richard Kenney, Bob Kring, Peter LaBranche, Loy< 
LaCava, Mrs. Viscardi. 



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HOMEROOM 197 




First Row: Lisa Twomey, Judy True, Donna Walsh, Loretta Walsh, Laura Vaglica, Mary Waddick, Gennene Walsh. Second Row: 
Karen Trimble, Mrs. Coen, Bill Walker, Carlo Vides, Constantine Tsatsarones. 



289 



HOMEROOM 022 




First Row: Ellen Devaux, Elise DeLeo, Mary DeProfio, Joyce DiLorenzo, Sally DeProfio, Mary Devane, Mrs. Blanchard, Carol 
DeMello. Second Row: Jim Denson, Mark DiGregory, Louie DiGuisto, Jim DeMartin, Mike DeMarco, Alan DeAmicis, Nick 
DiCiaccio, Mike Devoe, Tom Delaney, Greg DeMeo, Billy Devlin, Billy Delorey, David Delaney, Gervais Deveau. 



HOMEROOM 171 




First Row: Sue McCarthy, Nancy McManus, Ann McKenna, Kathi McGovern, Chris McCluskey, Debbie McGowan, Mary 
McNamara, Jackie Moran. Second Row: Mr. Macy, David McLaughlin, Barry McPherson, Leo McCauley, Kenny Meliones, Edward 
McCarthy, Bill McCassie, Kevin McLaughlin, Shawn McLaughlin. 



290 



HOMEROOM 11 7 




First Row: Vincent Cassie, Lisa Caruso, Peter Caci, Arlene Carroll, Jimmy Capello, Gretchen Cameron, Billy Callahan, Paul Car- 
ney, Nick Cercone, Mr. Ira Steinberg. 



HOMEROOM 121 




First Row: Leanne Chevoor, Mary Coffin, Carol Cobb, Margaret Chiasson, Darlene Chiasson. Second Row: Mary Chicco, Darlene 
Chamberlain, Leslie Chiasson, Kim Cloukey, Linda Chace. Third Row: Ms. Kefalas, Pam Chipman, Doreen Champagne, Cheryl 
Chabonneau, Linda Cetrano, Chris Clasby, Judy Cicerano, Mitch Clark, Andy Clarke. 



291 



HOMEROOM 122 




First Row: Maryann Corbett, Linda Cottone, Peggy Connors, Michelle Cormier, Judy Cook, Nancy Corcoran. Second Row: Mrs. 
Mathews, Anne Cormier, Sue Colantino, Peter Connolly, Bill Costello, John Corcoran, John Coneeny. 



HOMEROOM 125 




First Row: Liz Cushera, Rosalie Cottone, Kathy Dacey, Donna Couture, Debbie Darcey, Peggy Crossman. Second Row: Tommy 
Coy, Don Dalliare, Danny Davis, Russell Crane, Karen Creamer, Ann DiMaco, Mary Coyle, Anne Cronin. 



292 






HOMEROOM 128 




First Row: Debbie Driscoll, Laura DiLuca, Karen DiMattia, Theresa Dion, Regina Donahue, Bernice Doucette, Janet Doherty, 
Second Row: Danny Doherty, David Doneski, Tom Donnelly, Bernie Doucette, Sal DiStefano, Steven Downing, Reuben Douglas, 
Tommy Dowdy, John Driscoll. 



HOMEROOM 140 




First Row: Marjorie Faulstich, Elaine Erickson, Janine Everett, Christine Egerton, Holly Dwyer. Second Row: Thomas Faherty, 
Ms. Magrath, Tom Barone, Sherry Feeley, David Doherty, Peter LaBranche, Wayne Fette, Mark Eagen, Sonya Elfar, Bruce Far 
ago, Marc Eggimann, Scott Dunlop. 



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First Row: Tom Finney, Bernice Fougere, Stacey Gallagher, Brian Finnell, Beth Feelihy, Jackie Forster, Barbie Fournier, MaryAnne 
Gagnon. Second Row: Mr. McDonnell, Mark Forster, Monica Fitzgerald, Carla Faragher, Greg Fenley, Joe Foran, Don Feeney, 
Olympia Fournarakis, Lori Fenton, Maureen Gallagher, Dottie Farraher, Lisa Fisher. 



HOMEROOM 146 




First Row: Ralph Griggs, Roy Hansen, Debbie Goyette, Susan Grubbs, Mark Goodwin, Mary Gulledge, Phil Goulding. Second Row: 
John Grieci, Glenn Goyette, Joe Guigno, Bob Gross, John Hanlon, Nick Goodwin, Mr. George Viens, Sandra Hancock, Dave Hal- 
stead, Steve Goodspeed, John Grasiozi. 



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HOMEROOM 152 




First Row: Sandra Hynes, Denise Jaillet, Sue James, Pam Jones, Brenda Imhoff. Second Row: Paul Irvine, Chris Joliat, Bob lan- 
netti, Steve Jenks, Chris Jacobs, Kenny Kaloostian, Mr. Young. 



HOMEROOM 161 




First Row: Cheryl Learned, Claire LeBalnc, Ms. Collins, Cheryl LeBlanc, Brian Langley, Kenny Lawton, Beth Levey, Michael Lan- 
dry, Richard Lemont, Paul Landry, Ed Leger. 



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HOMEROOM165 




First Row: AnneMarie Lockwood, Annette Lyons, Adina Littell, Maryann Lopez, Ursula MacKenzie, Cheryl LeBlanc, Jeanne Mac- 
Donald. Second Row: David Locke, Mrs. Kanarek, Marie Lombardi, Brian MacDonald, Gary Lubin, Bob Lupinski, Bob MacDonald, 
Scott Lombardo, Roy MacLure. 



HOMEROOM 166 




First Row: Shelia Quinlan, Jeannette Richard, Vicki Rizzo, Pam Redfern, Deirdre Regan, Bill Proia, Rich Proia. Second Row: Brian 
Regan, Julie Riccio, Theresa Rheaume, Joe Rizzo, Julie Regan, Peggy Rico, David Renne, Mr. Piantedosi, Norma Richard, Tony 
Scalzi. 



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HOMEROOM 110 




Sitting: Wendy Aucoin, Alyson Arnold, Nina Attardo, Linda Anastas, Bill Aliseo, John Allain. Kneeling: Jon Adams, Sandy Aldred, 
Benny Alicea. Standing: Bob Alarie, Mrs. Mason. 



HOMEROOM 169 




Julie Mahoney, Christa Mansur, Kathy Mawhinney 



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HOMEROOM 172 




First Row: John Monette, Marybeth Mullen, Cathy Moschner, Lisa Millanazzo, Regina Millian, Mike Murphy. 



HOMEROOM 173 




First Row: Kim O'Brien, Kathy Noone, Kathy Neilson, Sara O'Brien, Beth O'Hara, Patty Nix. Second Row: Jeff Nocera, Buddy 
O'Hearn, John Nocera, Charlie O'Brien, Jay Nestor, John O'Brien, Kenny Nardone. 



298 



HOMEROOM 175 




First Row: Kim Peirce, Donna Penezic, Cindy Perry, Maribeth Olson, Marianne Papia, Linda Peruzzi, Bonnie Ouellette, Emily 
Pagnani. Second Row: Billy Oliva, Steve O'Neil, Danny Owen, Roderick O'Neil, John Olney, Joe Orlando, Eric Patriquin. 



HOMEROOM 176 




First Row: David Pidgeon, Sue Poirier, Donna Pettengill, Sally Peters, Michelle Pineau, Dome Powers, Denise Poirier, Roger 
Poulin, Bill Pilon. 



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HOMEROOM 187 




Margaret Rooney, Chris Salamone, Simon Salfity, Phil St. Germain, Mark Rosolko 



HOMEROOM 189 




Sitting: Jim Tracey, Patty Taddeo, Joyce Talanian, Tony Taddeo. Standing: Jim Sweeney, Al Testa, Chuck Surrette, John Sullivan, 
Kevin Sullivan, Cliff Straw, Carl Toumayan 



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HOMEROOM 115 



First Row: 

Maura Boyd 
Dave Burley 
Mary Ca ban 
Anita Burwell 




Second Row: 

Edward Bussiere 
Joyce Brockway 
Fred Bryson 
Michael Burke 



HOMEROOM 188 




First Row: Harold Rogers, Jim Saulnier, Gary Smith, Rich Spinnelli, Peter Smith, Bob Shaw, Kevin Smith, Laura Soderholm, Kathy 
Seagreve, George Sergi. 



301 



HOMEROOM 310 




First Row: Janice Wilson, Susan Zottola, Audrey Wilson, Roger Wong, Ronald West, Nancy White. Second Row: Mr. Raymonc 
Yetten, Mark Wescott, Janet Zagwyn, Audrey Wilson, Jack Watson, Joseph Zaire, Robert Wren, Kenny Wynn, Becky Wong. 



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Alan Romano, Peter Santolucito ' 



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Sue Princiotta, Lisa Petricone, Peggy Phillips, Helen Pratt, Rosemary Quinn, Laura Quinn, Patty Purchase, Joanne Pratt, Michael 
Priestman, Gerry Pitre, John Pioccone, Jim Qualters, Kemon Prescott 



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Anne Owens, Eileen O'Rielly, Keelas Patel, Elizabeth O'Neal, Jeanne Pelletier, Rose Pasquali, Lisa O'Neil, Dave Parrella, Matthew 
Orlando, Owen Olivo, Mark Profita, Paul Provencher, Paul Pavone, Mr. Salvo, Ernie Peirce 



305 



HOMEROOM 321 




Diane O'Donoghue, Kathy Norton, Karen Morrell, Antoniette Mongiardo, Cindyrose Newfell, Karen Neff, Bernice Nowlan, Phyllis 
Mulroney, Jeanne Mula, Kevin Morrisey, Patricia Mooney, Ronnie Nix, Colon Murphy, Roy Muise, Rick Montesanti, Priscilla Mgwi- 
sha, Tom O'Keefe, Frank Morreale, Danny Morrison 



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Mary Mogan, Melinda Moli, Maureen McQuaid, Kim McGillicuddy, Maura McGovern, Susan Mizzoni, Carolyn Medeiros, Ricky 
McGovern, John McNamara, Frank Miani, Glenn Miroff, Joseph McGovern, Mike Monaghan 



307 



HOMEROOM 328 




First Row: Loretta MacNeil, Laura Lombardo, Mary Luvisi, Elizabeth Lyons, Mr. McKnight. Second Row: Susan MacDonald, 
Brenda Lyons, Janet Macneil, Chris McArthur. Third Row: Tim Machado, Bruce Mandel, Chris Mahoney, Margie Lombardo. 
Fourth Row: Chuckie Lombard, Linda Lombardi, Chris Lore, Maurice Melanson. 



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HOMEROOM 344 




Linda Karnikyan, Andrea lacono, Jean Keefe, Ann Huff, Ann Jannoni, Barbara Hurley, Donna Kass, Howard Hunter, Edward Hol- 
ston, Kurt Jahrling 



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HOMEROOM 361 




Judy Goudas, Denise Goguen, Rita Goncalves, Joan Glynn, Nancy Giles, Lisa Gladman, Susan Genova, Claude Goguen, Jeff Gar- 
vin, John Gisiger, James Giarbina, Leonard Gauvin 



310 



HOMEROOM 367 




Deborah Cincotta, Dianne Cincotta, Sue Corkery, Elizabith Cloonan, Nancy Concetti, Catherine Corazzini, Catherine Cicero, 
Shawn Cown, Lynne Considine, Kevin Corcoran, Jim Condon, Billy Collura, Frank Cincotta, Billy Connors, Chris Corbett, Lenny 
Comeau, John Collura 



311 



HOMEROOM 31 1 




Maureen Twomey, Linda Valdinbrini, Debbie Vanaria, Susan Vinci, Lisa Veno, Mark Waldron, Henry Veno, Leon Turmel, Jeff Ven- 
uti, Doug Walker, Tim Vinciullo, Charlie Tyler, Rich Walter 



HOMEROOM 31 3 




Donna Sullivan, Nancy Smith, Lucille Surette, Matthew St. Germain, Betty Stockwood, Sharon Straw, Nancy Sweeney, Kathy Sulli- 
van, Susan Strom, Anna Stinehour, Lisa Storlazzi, Rick Smith, Francine Smerlas, Ron Slager, Sharon Smith, Ray St.Cyr, Frank 
Sweet 



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HOMEROOM 31 5 




Barbara Schroeder, Marie Saulnier, Darlene Schichilone, Laini Schoener, Jackie Sicotte, Kurt Sieffel, George Schuessler, Steve 
Shea, Michael Shaunessy, Dave Sjostedt, Ed Skane, Al Scafidi, Keven Scafidi 



HOMEROOM 31 8 




Eileen Redfern, Roberta Raneri, Karen Ranucci, Karen Raleigh, John Rhatigan, Darryl Ricci, Greg Regan, Frank Reis, Richard 
Rich, Ricky Ray, Bill Reilly, Steve Righini 



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HOMEROOM 327 




First Row: Sabina McClymont, Cheryl Martinos, Melinda Manoukian, Debbie Mawhinney, Maureen Martin, Janet Marczinowski. 
Second Row: Bob Mangie, Gene Martin, Mark Mancuso, Pat McGillicudy, Monir Malak, Peter Maiocchi. Third Row: Ricky Martin, 
Mike McCarthy, Jeff McCluskey. Fourth Row: Steven Maines, Bryan McClusky. 



HOMEROOM 342 




First Row: Diane Kehoe, Maureen King, Maria Kish, Joan Kelleher, Marie Kerr, Judy Johnson. Second Row: John Kelley, Mike 
Kiejzo, Mike Kehoe, Peter Koutoujian, Randy Kenney, Bill Kramer. 



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HOMEROOM 341 




David Josephson, Mike Lamattina, Joseph Laspada, Joe Langley, Sean Lally, Denise LaBrache, Cindy Jones, Donna Lane 



HOMEROOM 354 




Sonig Hagopian, Ruth Hansen, Audrey Gudewich, Jane Gullotti, Kim Harnett, Mr. Streeter, Dave Haak, Mike Han, Neil Grinnell, 
Derek Grimes, Mark Hanlon, Mike Hallock 



315 



HOMEROOM 362 




First Row: Heidi Gaiser, Debbie Gamble, Ann Fitzgerald, Ginny Foley, Sandy Fisher, Carol Fronduto. Second Row: Bill Flannagan, 
Brian Fogg. 



HOMEROOM 365 




First Row: Chris DiMattia, Patty DiGiovine, Maureen Delaney, Maria Devito, Ann DeMeo Second Row: John iNuo.Mirk Dista 
sio, Corinne DeLeo, Miss Andreassian, John Dicicco, Donna DiGiovine, Kathy Desmond, Janice Delaney, Joe DiStefano. 



316 



HOMEROOM 371 




Julie Cappadona, Tracey Campbell, Susan Canty, Antonietta Caci, Angela Cannavino, Claudia Canepari, Julie Bussiere 



HOMEROOM 373 




Donna Bourgeois, Judy Berry, Janet Blanchette, Lynn Bonfiglio, Ellen Bonfiglio, Mary Biggins, John Benson, John Bisson, Brian 
Blenkhorn, Bobby Bergeron, Janice Boudreau, Vinny Bonney, Antoinette Bolos, Hank Black, Steve Bottari, Jim Bono 



317 



HOMEROOM 375 




First Row: Karen Barry, Barbara Barrile, Kerri Aucoin. Second Row: Steve Aucoin, John Baily, Edward Babin. 



HOMEROOM 372 




First Row: Cheryl Bpwlby, Susan Bowler, Tricia Burke, Linda Bourque, Kim Brine, Lisa Bourque, Sharon Brennan, Cheryl Brown. 
Second Row: Ed Bowlby, Dan Brossi, Mark Boynton, Doug Burgess, Denise Boudreau, Peter Brennan, Lisa Bourgoujian, Philip 
Burke, Arleen Prennan, William Ayotte, Jeff Brehm, Dianne Burley, Richard Bourque, David Bowen. 



318 



HOMEROOM 369 




Mary Caramanica, Sheila Carme, Dan Corey, Lynn Chagnon, Mike Caruso, John Caruso, David Carr, Larry Chiango, David Cer- 
qua, Gail Casavant, Karen Cassella, BobCassella 



HOMEROOM 376 




Lisa Arsenault, Cathy Anthony, Rosaria Agrillo, Joseph Alibrandi, Ricky Arnez, Frank Aniello, Gina Alonge, Lisa Ansara, Ann 
Abbomdanzio, Lisa Arcese, Tim Antonellis, Anne Marie Anderson 



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i-irst Row: Monica Bronaccini, Patricia Brown, Denise Buchana, Ms. Holland. Second Row: Larry Buckley, Mark Brown, Michael 
Bushard, Ed Beaulat, Gary Brake, Dan Callahan, John Bozak. 



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barter, Larry Came, John Composto, John Chicco, Terry Casey, Peter Cercone, Danny Charbonneau, Paul Clementi. 



321 



HOMEROOM 21 7 




First Row: Joe Delaney, Lisa Defina, Jean Cronin. Second Row: Gloria DeJulio, Ann Curry, Alfred Daigle. 



322 



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First Row: Michelle Boucher, Mary Boyd, Gisele Bourgeois. Second Row: Kevin Bernard, Paul Bourque, John Blanchette Bob 
Boyd, John Boudreau. Last Row: Tim Bourque. 



HOMEROOM 21 8 




First Row: Denise Deveaux, Phyllis Digiovane, Ann Dichaira, Cathy Dion. Second Row: Mr. Cetrano, Gerand Dennett, Jim Desjar- 
din, Ray Diciacco, Joe Dibacco, Steve Devoe. 



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HOMEROOM 241 




First Row: Jean Lacke, Lucille LeBlanc, Jennifer Leonard, Carol LeBlanc, Mona Leger, Jennifer Lee. Second Row: Judy LeShane 
Elizabeth Long, Jeanette LeBlanc, Judy LeBlanc, Debbie Lingos, Robert Lennon, Robert LeBlanc, Mark LeBlanc, David Lewis 
Charles Legere. 



HOMEROOM 267 




First Row: Ann Scafidi, Ann Sheehan, Maribeth Shaughnessy, Suzanne Salvucci, Gary Scalzi. Second Row: Joe Scafidi, Karl Sei 
fel, Jeff Shamma, Mr. Gretsky. 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
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The Kirsch Real Estate 

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550 Moody Street 

Waltham 
Louis J. Kirsch, Jr. 



Lou Kirsch 3rd 
Walton Brown 

Laura Short 
Fred Wilder 3rd 

Alta Vincent 



Jane Kirsch 
Clyde Joslyn 
Edward Frye 
Eleanor Bachelder 
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Class of 1978 
Mary Coyle, Chris Joliat, Jose Hernandez 

— Vocational, Fred Sweet — Vocational 

Class of 1977 
Daniel Anthony, Daniel Neff — Voca- 
tional, Curtis O'Hara, John Russo — 
Vocational. 

Class of 1976 
Paula Allia, Paul Biondo — Vocational, 
Douglas Millinazzo, John Walsh — Voca- 
tional. 

Class of 1975 
Thomas Antonellis — Vocational, Paul J. 
Delaney — Vocational, Frederick Hurley 
Jr. (Memory of Frederick Hurley Sr.) 

Class of 1974 
Sharon Aspinwall, William Aucoin — 
Vocational, Thomas Cedrone — Voca- 
tional, Francis Domurat, Mary O'Reilly, 
Stephen Quinn — Vocational 

Class of 1973 
Martin Edmunds, Anthony Fagone — 
Vocational, Marvin Griff, Stephen Mozie 

— Vocational 

Class of 1972 
George Faulkner — Vocational, Carol 
Merrits, Scott Tower 

Class of 1971 
Jay Bailey — Vocational, Jeannette 
McCarthy 

Class of 1970 
Robert Mazzone — Vocational, Jane 
Roche 

Class of 1969 
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Jose Hernandez 




Chris Joliat 



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Dorrie Powers 




Barbie Fournier 



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16 Fountain Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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Docking and launching facilities. Row 
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Indoor and outdoor heated swimmingpools, 

whirlpool and sauna baths, private tennis 

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Luxurious rooms with cable color TV and 

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Location minutes from 3 of New England's 
best ski areas. 

Miles of well groomed snowmobile trails at 
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Supper Oub featuring fine gourmet dishes 
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Walsh's Funeral 
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Compliments of 

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Frank Raguso 



Barbara Ann Food Shop 



Home Made Pastries 
Wedding and Specialty Cakes 



860 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



Wallex Shopping Center 
894-5091 




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Good Luck 

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Cambridgeport Savings Bank 



Central Sq. Cambridge 





Lexington Center 





carlsberg 
I printers inc. 

160 Bear Hill Read, Waltham, Massachusetts 
Printing 




Collating 


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Stapling 


Folding 


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Drilling 


Saddlewire 


Plastic Binding 
For Service Call 890-4433 


Padding 


Forms 




Manuals 


Letters 




Proposals 


Price Lists 




Reports 


Letterheads 




Booklets 


Envelopes 




Bulletins 



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Bigelow Auto Body 



Jim Whooley — Proprietor 
Expert Body and Fender Repairs 



Specializing in Insurance 

and^ 

Accident Work Estimates 

Expert Collision Work 

Auto Painting 

and Refinishing 



Forergq and Domestic Auto Repairs 

Complete Body and Frame Alignment 

24 Hour Towing Service 

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Specializing in . . . 

Weddings Showers Proms 

and other occasions 

Wedding Consultants 
Viola Volpe Joyce Martorilli 

881 Main Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 021 54 



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Mr. Howard C. Davenport 
Ms. Cathy Walcott 




Davenport Booking Corp 




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Restaurant and Lounge 



610Trapelo Road 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



John DeVincent 




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French American Victory Club \ 



Elm St 
Waltham 




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Class of 1978 



Waltham Jr. Sons of Italy Lodge 



99 Cedar St. 
Waltham, Mass 



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70 Salem Street 
Medford, Mass. 02155 



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"We Do It All For You" 



789 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

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213 School St. 
Waltham, Mass 








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Walter W. Richardson, Inc. 



104 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Mass. 





Local 866/AFF 
Waltham Fire Dept 






Compliments of 

Wal-Lex Recreation Center 



800 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 





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Shawmut Community Bank 

95 Moody S+ 



Wal+ham, MA 




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894-6250 

across from 

Kentucky Fried Chicken 




Best Wishes to the Class of 1 978 

Stephen's 
Discount Liquors 



484 Main St. 





Mgr. Joe Alessandra 
Ass't Mgr. Dennis King 




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MEN-WOMEN 



You can go a long way in a few short years. 




When you sign up for the Army today, you can also sign up for Europe. It may not be the easiest way to 
see the world, but it could be the most rewarding. 

You'll bethereto do a job. You'll soldier. Bivouac in the mud of Grafenwoehr's rainy season, squint into 
an early August sun in the valley of the Rhine, and fight the chilly January winds of Hohenfels. 

And just about the time you wish you had never left the States, you'll be celebrating the Oktoberfest 
in Munich, eating bratwurst in Frankfurt, or learning the slopes of Garmisch. And all the tough work will have 
been worth it. 

SSG Bob Green 894-9289 



Join the people who've joined the Army. 



An Equal Opportunity Employer 



NAVY. 
IT'S NOT JUST A JOB, 
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333 Moody St 
Waltham, MA 






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Inc. 

633 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 





Bates Pharmacy 



'££Vl3$ ' 831 Main St. 

**&*ȣ? Waltham, MA 



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BayBank 




Newton-Waltham 





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186 Great Rd. 
Bedford, MA 






Woman's Auxiliary 
Connie Mack League 








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Diane Marie 
Cleaners 



116 River St. 



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Member First Commercial Banks Inc. 

504 Totten Pond Road, Waltham, 

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Gymnastics 
Junction Inc. 



Recreational and Competitive Gymnastics 

Instruction 

Complete Gymnastics Pro Shop 

Jean and Michael Buzzi 

41 1 Waverley Oaks Road, Waltham, 

Massachusetts 02154 

(617)893-2009 



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Happy Feet Wear 



Hanlon's Shoes 




Best Wishes From 




The Jean Store 



344 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 





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TRUCKS CARS 

IMPORTS ARE OUR SPECIALTY 
Radio Dispatched 



Taylor Rental 



Telephone 
893-6500 



1036 Lexington St 
Waltham. Mass 




Painting Contractor 



12 Hagar Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Interior-Exterior 
Decorators 





Main & Dowcett 

Your Complete Heating & Fuel Oil Dealer 

205 Lexington St. Waltham 

899- 1 424 Call Us for Quality-Service-Price 



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893-9342 



Three Generations of Quality Foods 



560 Moody Street 



Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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Services Inc. 

MAINTENANCE DIVISION 

Complete Cleaning & Maintenance 
168 Lexington St., Waltham, Mass. 02154 
1891-4725 893-8428 



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Compliments of 



LaCava Associates 

and 

TLC Best Western Hotel 






John P. McQueen 
Insurance Agency, Inc, 



P.O. Box 570 



Safety — Security — Service 

830 Moody St. 



Waltham, MA 02154 

Telephone: 893-1345 

893-1350 244-2489 







Best Wishes 



1 5 Lexington St., Waltham 



Compliments of 



Accents, Ltd. 



Gifts 



Belmont Center 
68 Leonard St. 
484-3174 



Waban Square 
1 645 Beacon St. 
969-9830 







Good Luck Class of '78 



From Barry Controls 
Div. of Barry Wright Corp 



Take Out Service 




Andros Diner 



Fine Foods and Good Service 
628 Trapelo Road 
Belmont (Waverly Oaks), Mass. 02 1 78 
7) 484-7322 John and Annette Manetas, 





700 Pleasant St. 
Watertown, Mass. 




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168 LEXINGTON ST., WALTHAM • 891-4342 



Congratulations and Good Luck 



From 



Eliot and Barry! 




289 Moody St., Waltham 



'Not to Be Confused With Jordan Marsh" 




We Have a Wide Variety of 
High School Rings!!! 




JEWELERS 

WALTHAM-NORWOOO -WATERTOWN 






Waltham, MA 
893-8000 



Middlesex Family 
Co-Operative Bank 



2 Locations* 




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Waltham, MA 
893-1290 



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of Everything to All the 1 978 
Waltham High School Graduates 




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Ricci Farms 

659 Trapelo Road 

Waltham, MA 

Fresh Fruit and Vegetables 

and Fruit Baskets 








Compliments 
of a 

Friend 



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Complete food and 
vending services for 





lants, 
Schools, 
Hospitals, 

Institutions, 
and Ofi ices. 




The Seller Corporation 

15 3 S ) C O N I) A \ t M I, 

waltham. mus, 02154 
telephon'1-' (617) 890-6200 






Compliments of 



Roger's Pharmacy 



923 Main St. 
Waltham 










Whimsoy's Discotheque 
165 Dartmouth Street, Copley Square, Boston 




890-2100 



c^nthorw & 




Travel Service 



440 Totten Pond Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



Congratulations and 

Best of Luck 

to the Class of '78 

From 



Chiswick Trading Inc. 



Waltham 




Congratulations 
From 




Crawford & Co. 







Taylor and Murphy 

Complete Heating and Air 
Conditioning Installation 



1 88 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 



Maria Abbondanzio 
Joyce Brockway 
Mary Ca ban 
Martina Calnan 
Lisa Caruso 
Andy Clarke 
Jill LaMacchia 
Lisa Scamman 



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Best Wishes to the 

Members of the 

Class of 1978 

Jansson Inc. 



411 WaverlyOaksRd. 
Waltham, MA 




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Established 1884 



For Homeowner 
Auto Owner 



Phone: 893-2300 



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O'Toole Florist 



71 9 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 




Congratulations to the 

Class of 78 

From 

Party Needs 



411 Waverly Oaks Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 




The Skidder 





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372 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 




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Hickey Bros. 



Prospect Auto Sales and Service 

1 43 Prospect Street 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

899-6763 899-6767 



River St. Market 



River St. 
Waltham, MA 



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<J^o(jE%t S3. ^onn±on Co. 



Jewelers 



John Grainger 653 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 



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to the 

Class of 
1978 




290 Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 
894-4800 



Compliments 
of 



My Way 

Cafe 



Best Wishes 



Cambridge 

Contract 

Engineering 

504 Totten Pond Road, Waltham, MA 02 1 54 

617—890-4250 

Secretarial Personnel Services 



Colonial Yarn Store 



Now at 22 Lexington St. 
Featuring 
Imported and Domestic Yarns 
890-1572 \ Latch Hook Rugs 

Best Prices 



Northgate 
Construc- 
tion 
Companies 

General Contractors 
393 Totten Pond Road 



Parking Galore 
893-7722 



Red 

Rooster 

Restaurant 



220 Moody St. 



Waltham, Mass. 
02154 



Compliments of 



John F. Ferguson 
& Co., Inc.^ 



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Waltham, Mass. 



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Bootery 



Best 
Wishes 
to the 
Class of 1978 



Sterling 
Jewelers 



376 Moody St. 

Waltham 

894-4080 

Special 

Discount 

With 

This 

Ad 



226 Moody St. 
Waltham 





Patty's Donut Shop 

' 223 High St. 



Congratulations 



Waltham, MA 



891-3939 

Cash for 

Used Records 

33V6&45 

&8-Track Tapes 



Lillis 

Al 

Eddie 



Waltham 
Record Shop 



Complete Line of Used Records & Tapes 

20 Lexington Street Waltham, Mass. 02 1 54 

Near City Hall Fred Strom 



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for* service 




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Counselor and Mrs. 

Joseph J, 

Allessandro 




Country Side Estate, Inc. 



25 Craig Lane 



Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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Mr. and Mrs. George Anastas 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aucoin 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Awiszus 

Ed Barmakian 

Robert L. Batt 

Larry Bird 

Stephen A. Bonica 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Boudreau 

Ms. Susan Bowler 

Mike Brodrick 

Monica Bruiaccini 

Mr. and Mrs. Armand J. Burwell 

Nancy Campana 

Angela Cannavino 

Linda Cannistraro 

Janice Margaret Carroll 

MaryCastelli 

Helen C. Castos 

Barbara Chabot 

Darlene Chamberlain 

Leslie Chiasson 

Lillian E. Cochran 

Sandra Connelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cormier 

Mike Dalessio 

Katrina Dankens 

Margaret Da r rah 

Gail David 

Mr. and Mrs. David Deavaux 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Delaney 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. DeLeo 

Lenny Denti 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeProf io 

Andrew Donegan 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Duddy 

Eileen 

John Faherty 

Thomas Ferrante 

Mr. Thomas Foley 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Forster 

Kathy Fox 

Tony Frachette 

Mr. and Mrs. John Francis 

Ms. E. Susan Fryer 

Dan Galdstein 

Stephen Gallagher 

Debbie Gamble 

Lisa Gaudet 

Michelle Gaynor 

Rick Gibbons 

Kathleen Giorgio 

Paul Hillson 

Robert Hoarde 

Jan the Man 

John 

Joyce 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Karian 

Miss Katherine Kouray 



Kelly 

Jackie Kennedy 

Mr. and Mrs. Otho Kerr 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kiejzo 

Mr. and Mrs. William Kiley 

Peter Lancto 

William P. Lawler 

Mr. and Mrs. Addison Learned 

Mr. and Mrs. Al LeBlanc 

Allen LeBlanc 

Ms. Cheryl LeBlanc 

Claire LeBlanc 

Mr. Thomas Leverone 

Kathy Linihan 

Karen Lorette 

Mr. and Mrs. John Maguire 

Julie Mahoney 

Gary Marchese 

Mr. and Mrs. Marchese 

Madeline Martel 

Maryann 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Matthews 

Maura 

Edward D.May III 

Mr. and Mrs. John McNamara 

Mary J. McNamara 

.Carolyn Medeiros 

Jullia F. Middlebrook 

Katherine L. Monahan 

The Three Muskateers 

Mr. and Mrs. John Nix 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Noone 

Kathy Noone 

Maryann Noone 

Carol and Norman 

Pat Nova I 

Gerry O'Brien 

Sara O'Brien 

Mrs. Mary A. O'Leary 

JaneOlivo 

Joseph Orlando 

Linda Perruzzi 

Bill Petipas 

Doug Petipas 

Beniamino Pizzi 

Joann Reddy 

Timothy H. Reed 

Rookie 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Schubert 

Arthur Sheehan 

Mrs. Nina Skavinski 

Margaret Skinner 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Studley 

Tony 

Scott Tower 

Mrs. Evelyn Vanderlinden 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker 

Mrs. Esther M. Wiley 



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would like to thank the following members of the faculty for their contributions to the success of our yearbook. 




Mr. George E. P. Husson Jr. 

Mr. F. Joseph Levey 

Mr. Thomas F. Neylon Jr. 

Ms. Helen Castros 

Mrs. Janet Coen 

Mrs. Patricia Coffey 

Mr. Robert Connors 

Mr. Edward Dollard 

Mr. Thomas Dumas 

Mr. Robert J. Eagle 

Mr. Thomas Ferrante 

Ms. Elizabeth Fryer 

Ms. Rosemary J. Geary 

Ms. Elaine Hayes 

Ms. Margaret Irwin 

Mr. Daniel Keohane 

Mr. John Krol 

Mr. Peter Lancto 

Mr. William Lawler 

Mr. Thomas Leverone 

Mrs. June McClure 

Ms. Gracey Magrath 

Mr. Edward Matthews 

Mrs. Barbara McCauley 

Mr. John McDonald 

Mr. Ralph Nelson 

Ms. Margaret Nolan 

Mr. Richard O'Neil 

Mr. John Passarini 

Mr. Donald Prohovich 

Mr. Saul Richman 

Mr. Stephen Rourke 

Mrs. Nina Skavenski 

Mr. Leonard Sorin 

Mr. Ira Steinberg 

Mr. Joseph Tranchita 

Ms. Patricia Vanaria 

Mrs. Cecilia Viscardi 

Mr. Richard Walsh 

Mr. Robert Withrow Jr. 

Mr. Peter Yetten 

Mr. Raymond Yetten 




The "Mirror" Staff 



would like to give "a special thanks" to our photographer, Mr. Terry Bleiler and our publisher, Mr. Jack Delaney without whose 
help, dedication and enthusiasm our yearbook would not be a success. 



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The "Mirror" Staff 

would like to thank the following members of the senior class for their contributions to the success of the yearbook. 



Jonathan Adams 
William Aliseo 
Linda Anastas 
Anthony Antico 
Nina Attardo 
Diane Babin 
Edward Barmakian 
Kathleen Barry 
John Battaglino 
Kevin Baxter 
George Beck 
Paul Brady 
Richard Breault 
Joyce Brockway 
Steven Brouillard 
Deborah Busa 
Linda Cetrano 
Cheryl Charbonneau 
Leanne Chevoor 
Karen Cincotta 
Susan Colantino 
Maureen Cummings 
Ellen Currie 
Elizabeth Cushera 
Rosalie Cuttone 
Yvette Daigle 
Debra Darcey 
Laurel Davis 
Judith Delaney 
Peter Delaney 
Laura DiLuca 
Janet Doherty 
Bernice Doucet 
Lynn Eccles 
Thomas Faherty 
Sherry Feeley 
Gregory Fennelly 
Lisa Fisher 
Monica Fitzgerald 
Barbara Fournier 
Stacey Gallagher 





MoniqueGautreau 
Robert Gillen 
Timothy Goode 
Glenn Goyette 
Robert Gross 
Carol Hession 
Margaret Houston 
Sandra Hynes 
Denise Jaillet 
Suzanna James 
Suzanne Landry 
Cynthia Maccagnano 
Anita Malmgren 
Robin Marchese 
Mark McAlphine 
David McLaughlin 
Maryanne McNamara 
Barry McPherson 
Gina Millian 
June Mouradjian 
John Nocera 
Carol O'Halloran 
JaneOlivo 
Joseph Orlando 
Emily Pagnani 
Marianne Papia 
Deborah Peros 
Peter Pilla 
Steven Powderly 
Jacqueline Priest 
Theresa Rheaume 
Victoria Rizzo 
Walter Rooney 
Christen Salamone 
Francis Shea 
Carl Toumayan 
Mary Waddick 
John White 
James Whooley 
Sue Winterkorn 
Judi Yarston 



"Thanks for Everything" 



425 



College Attending 



Maria Abbondanzio — Boston 

College 
Ghaleb Abdelsater — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Jonathan Adams — St. John's 

College 
Robert Allen — Wentworth 

Institute 
Janet Altman — University of 

Maryland/College Park 
Linda Anastas — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Scott Anderson — Bates College 
Marjorie Annecchiarico — Boston 

State College 
Anthony J. Antico III — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Luay Ashoo — University of New 

Mexico 
Nina Attardo — Bentley College 
Edwina A. Aucoin — Middlesex 

Community College 
Mary Aucoin — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Nancy Aucoin — Middlesex 

Community College 
Paula Aucoin — Northeastern 

University 
Cynthia Awiszus — Aquinas Jr. 

College 
Thomas Babigian — Middlesex 

Community College 
Paul Babin — Wentworth Institute 
Armen Bahlavouni — 

Northeastern University 
Lorraine Bailey — Waltham 

Vocational/Technical School 
Edward Barmakian — University 

of Mass. /Amherst 
Kathleen Barry — University of 

Lowell 
Robert Barry — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Eileen M. Bennett — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
John Bertolami — Northeastern 

University 
Edward A. Biggins — Berklee 

College of Music 
Karen Blenkhorn — Lawrence 

Memorial Hospital School of 

Nursing 
Marie Bonfiglio — Purdue 

University 
Stephen Bonica — Bentley 

College 
Bernard Boudreau — Middlesex 

Community College 
Paul Brady — Bentley College 
Richard A. Breault — Thomas 

College 
Joyce Brockway — Fitchburg 

State College 
David Burley — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Anita Burwell — Emmanuel 

College 
Edward J. Bussiere III — 

Northeastern University 
Mary Caban — Mass. College of 

Pharmacy 
William Callahan — Bentley 

College 
Martina Calnan — Northeastern 

University 
Dianne Cane — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Robert Carberry — Westfield 

State College 



Paul J. Carney — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Timothy S. Carney — Brandeis 

University 
Thomas Carroll 
Lisa Caruso — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Arthur Casavant — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Linda Cellucci — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Nicholas Cercone — Bridgton 

Academy 
Darlene Chamberlain — Colby- 
Sawyer College 
Doreen Champagne — 

Northeastern University 
Leanne Chevoor — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Darlene Chiasson — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Leslie Chiasson — Regis College 
Pamela Chipman — Robert & 

Richard's School of 

Cosmetology 
Karen Cincotta — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Mitchel A. Clark — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Andrew Clarke — Westfield State 

College 
Christine Clasby — Middlesex 

Community College 
Joanne Cobuzzi — Middlesex 

Community College 
Susan Colantino — Robert & 

Richard's School of 

Cosmetology 
John S. Coneeny — Bridgewater 

State College 
Peter Connolly — Boston College 
Marie Conti — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Doris Conzo — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Judi Cook — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Neil Coraccio — University of 

Notre Dame 
Maryann Corbett — Boston State 

College 
Carol A. Corcoran — Boston 

College 
Nancy Corcoran — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Michele M. Cormier — The New 

England School of Art & Design 
William E. Costello — Marietta 

College 
Linda Cottone — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Donna Couture — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Mary Coyle — Wellesley College 
Anne Cronin — Boston College 
Peggy Crossman — Middlesex 

Community College 
Maureen Cummings — Aquinas 

Jr. College 
Ellen Currie — North Adams 

State College 
Ann Marie Curtin — Middlesex 

Community College 
Elizabeth Cushera — Merrimack 

College 
Rosalie Cuttone — Bentley 

College 
Kathleen Dacey — North Adams 

State College 



Yvette Daigle — University of 

New Hampshire 
Ann D'Amico — Middlesex 

Community College 
Debra M. Darcy — Aquinas Jr. 

College 
Laurel Davis — Bentley College 
Thomas Delaney — Suffolk 

University 
Elise M. Deleo — North Shore 

Community College 
William Delorey — Middlesex 

Community College 
Carol Demello 
Gregory Demeo — Worcester 

Polytechnic Institute 
Raymond M. Demeo — 

Wentworth Institute 
Joseph Depass — Wentworth 

Institute 
Sally Deprofio — Framingham 

State College 
Dominique Desrosiers — Mass. 

Bay Community College 
Ellen Devaux — Boston State 

College 
Cynthia Dibacco — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Nicholas Diciaccio — Boston 

College 
Louis Diguisto — Boston College 
Laura Diluca — Boston College 
Terise Dion — Framingham State 

College 
Salvatore Distefano — Thomas 

College 
Janet Doherty — Springfield 

College 
David Doneski — University of 

Notre Dame 
Thomas M. Donnelly — Mass. 

Bay Community College 
Regina Donoghue — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Karen Dooley — Henry 0. 

Peabody School 
Bernice Doucet — Bentley 

College 
Thomas Dowdy — New 

Preparatory School 
Michael Downing — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Stephen Downing — Johnson & 

Wales College 
Barbara Dulong — New England 

College 
Joyce Dunbar — University of 

Connecticut 
Lynne Dunbrack — Goucher 

College 
Lynn Eccles — Westfield State 

College 
Marc Eggimann — Fitchburg 

State College 
Elaine Erickson — Mary 

Washington College 
Janine Everett — Westfield State 

College 
Thomas Faherty — College of The 

Holy Cross 
Bruce Farago — Quincy 

Vocational Technical School 
Marjorie Faulstich — Brown 

University 
Robert Fay — Berklee College of 

Music 
Beth Ann Feehily — Middlesex 

Community College 
Donald Feeney — Mass. Bay 



Community College 
Lori Fenton — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Alphonse Ferrera — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Wayne Fette — Northeast 

Institute 
Monica Fitzgerald — 

Southeastern Mass. University 
Jacqueline Forster — Bentley 

College 
Mark Forster — Bentley College 
Olympia Fournarakis — Berklee 

College of Music 
Barbara Fournier — Regis 

College 
Maureen Gallagher — Regis 

College 
Stacey Gallagher — Framingham 

State College 
Stephen Gallagher — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Arthur Genova — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Daniel Giardina — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Donald Gibbs — Gordon College 
Salvatore Giglia — Tufts 

University 
Robert Gillen — Northeastern 

University 
Daniel Goldstein — Curry College 
John L. Gomes — Brown 

University 
Timothy Goode — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Cheryl Goodrich — Salem State 

College 
Mark Goodwin — Framingham 

State College 
Philip Goulding — Middlesex 

Community College 
John Grieci — Wentworth 

Institute 
Lois Griff — McGill University 
Linda Griffin — Regis College 
Wayne Grumney — University of 

Rochester 
Joseph Guigno, Jr. — Middlesex 

Community College 
John Hanlon — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
John Harrington — Mass. College 

of Art 
James A. Harris — Babson 

College 
Kevin Hart — Babson College 
Thomas Hart — Boston State 

College 
Jeffrey Hartford — The Audio 

Workshop School of Sound 
Clayton W. Harvey — Middlesex 

Community College 
Mark Hayden — Wentworth 

Institute 
Carmen Hernandez — Brandeis 

University (TYP) 
Carol Hession — Worcester State 

College 
Daniel Hill — North Adams State 

College 
David Hill — University of Maine/ 

Orono 
Deborah Holm — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
David Hobson — Worcester 

Polytechnic Institute 
Karen Hough — Mount Ida Jr. 

College 



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College Attending 



Sandra Hynes — Aquinas Jr. 

College 
Paul F. Irvine — University of 

Mass. /Boston 
Suzanne James — Boston 

University 
Christopher Johnson — Carleton 

College 
Karen F. Johnston — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Christopher Joliat — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Ellen Kaitz — Tufts University 
Mary Katherine Kasper — Boston 

College 
Barbara Kelley — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Patrick Kelly — North Adams 

State College 
Susan Kenney — Babson College 
Susan Kiejzo — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
Cynthia Kiley — Emmanuel 

College 
Paul Labrache — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Loyce Lacava — Middlesex 

Community College 
Michael Landry — Northeastern 

University 
Paul Landry — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Karen Lanergan — University of 

Mass. /Boston 
Brian Langley — University of 

Connecticut 
Margaret Lashoto — Emerson 

College 
Louise Lassman — Middlesex 

Community College 
Michael Lawn — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Cheryl A. Learned — 

Northeastern University 
Cheryl Leblanc — Middlesex 

Community College 
Cheryl Ann Leblanc — Aquinas 

Jr. College 
Brenda Lee — University of Mass. 

/Amherst 
Adina Littell — University of 

Mass. /Amherst 
David Locke — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Ann Marie Lockwood — Florida 

State University 
Marie G. Lombardi — Middlesex 

Community College 
William Lowry — U.S. Military 

Academy 
Michael Loynd — Wentworth 

Institute 
Robert W. Lupinski — Boston 

College 
Cynthia MacCagnano — 

Lawrence Memorial Hospital — 

School of Nursing 
Robert MacDonald — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Ursula MacKenzie — Bentley 

College 
Marian Magane — Fisher Jr. 

College 
Kelly Maguire — Aquinas Jr. 

College 
Kevin Maguire — Johnson & 

Wales College 
Margaret Mahoney — Regis 

College 



Anita M. Malmgren — Bentley 

College 
Mary A. Mancuso — Middlesex 

Community College 
Donna Manning — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Christa Mansur — Framingham 

State College 
William Martin — Boston College 
William P. Mazzarini — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Edward P. McCarthy — University 

of Notre Dame 
Therese McCarthy — 

Framingham State College 
Sheila McCallum — Bay State Jr. 

College 
Robert McCarthy — Wentworth 

Institute 
Susan McCarthy — North Adams 

State College 
William McCassie — Franklin 

Institute 
Kathleen McGovern — University 

of Lowell 
Anne McKenna — Burdett 

College 
Kevin McLaughlin — Johnson & 

Wales College 
Sharon McLaughlin — University 

of Mass. /Boston 
Maryanne McNamara — 

University of New Hampshire 
Mary T. McNamara — American 

College in Paris 
Barry McPherson — Middlesex 

College 
Toni Menditto — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Lisa Milinazzo — University of 

New Hampshire 
Regina Millian — Henry 0. 

Peabody School 
John Molinari — Bentley College 
Carol Monaghan — Burdett 

School 
John Monette — Wentworth 

Institute 
Lisa Morizio — University of 

Hartford-Hartt College of Music 
David C. Morrissey — University 

of Mass. /Amherst 
June Mouradjian — Simmons 

College 
Joanne Mula — Framingham 

State College 
Mary-Jo Mula — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Mary E. Mullen — College of the 

Holy Cross 
Ronald Murray — Franklin 

Institute 
Kenneth Nardone — Suffolk 

University 
Kathleen Neilson — Mass. 

College of Art 
Jeffrey Nocera — Worcester 

Academy 
John Nocera — University of New 

Hampshire 
Kathleen Noone — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Charles F. O'Brien — Naval 

Academy Preparatory School 
Kimberlee O'Brien — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Sara O'Brien — Aquinas Jr. 

College 
Estelle O'Dowd — University of 



Mass. /Amherst 
Gretchen O'Hara — Bentley 

College 
Jane Olivo — Boston State 

College 
Jonathan Olney — Northwestern 

University 
Stephen O'Neil — Worcester 

Academy 
Joseph Orlando, Jr. — Harvard 

University 
Marianne Papia — Bentley 

College 
Kim Peirce — Middlesex 

Community College 
Richard Peirce — University of 

Florida 
Donna Penezic — Northeastern 

University 
Deborah Peros — Northeastern 

University 
Linda A. Perruzzi — Boston 

University 
Cynthia Perry — Bentley College 
Patricia Perry — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Sally E. Peters — Bay Path Jr. 

College 
David Peterson — Wentworth 

Institute 
Donna Pettengill — Middlesex 
• Community College 
Barbara Piacentino — 

Bridgewater State College 
Peter Pilla — Middlesex 

Community College 
Kevin Pinkham — Boston 

University 
Marie Pitre — St. Joseph's 

College 
Denise Poirier — Regis College 
Roger Poulin — Wentworth 

Institute 
Dorothea Powers — Framingham 

State College 
Karen Pratt — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Carol Prescott — Middlesex 

Community College 
William Proia — Northeastern 

University 
Ann Marie Reddy — Temple 

University 
Brian Regan — Fitchburg State 

College 
Julie Re.gan — Northeastern 

University 
Julie Riccio — Robert & Richard 

Beauty Academy 
Jeannette Richard — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Margaret E. Ring — Northeastern 

University 
Matthew Ring — University of 

Lowell 
Anthony Riscolo — Franklin 

Institute 
Victoria Rizzo — Merrimack 

College 
Kim Roche — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Margaret Rooney — 

Southeastern Mass. University 
Mark Rosolko — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Helen Rufo — Regis College 
Donald Russo, Jr. — 

Northeastern University 
Denise Sabatino — Bentley 



College 
Christen Salamone — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Teresa Santa — Salem State 

College 
Andrea Scali — Georgetown 

University 
Anthony Scalzi — Northeastern 

University 
Robert Sergi — Northeastern 

University 
Janet Shaughnessy — 

Framingham State College 
Robert Shaw — Brandeis 

University 
Francis X. Shea — University of 

New Hampshire 
James R. Simeone — Fitchburg 

State College 
Donna M. Simonian — Aquinas 

Jr. College 
Charles Smerlas — New 

Hampton Preparatory School 
Gary Smith — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Laurel Somerville — Shepard Gill 

School of Nursing 
Mary Beth Stanley — University 

of Lowell 
Vincent Straggas — Boston 

University 
Clifford Straw — University of 

Lowell 
LisaC. Strazzullo — St. 

Elizabeth's Hospital — School 

of Nursing 
John Sullivan — Babson College 
Kevin Sullivan — Mass. College of 

Pharmacy 
James Sweeney — C. W. Post- 
Long Island University 
Fred Sweet — Wentworth 

Institute 
Joyce M. Talanian — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Nancy Teeven — Aquinas Jr. 

College 
Albert Testa — Bridgton 

Academy 
Carl Toumayan — Northeastern 

University 
Karen Trimble — Middlesex 

Community College 
Lisa Trumbour — Framingham 

State College 
Constantine Tsatsarones — 

Bentley College 
Constantinos Vougaropoulos — 

Brandeis University 
Mary Waddick — Brandeis 

University 
Loretta Walsh — Mass. Bay 

Community College 
Charles Whalen — Cornell 

University 
Michael Wheeler — Northeastern 

University 
John White — Fitchburg State 

College 
Sue Winterkorn — Wilson College 
Peter J. Womersley — 

Framingham State College 
Denise Zadrozny — Northeastern 

University 
Julie Zampitella — Mass. Bay 

Community College 



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